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The 1938 





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Lake Forest College 



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FORESTER 



FACULTY 11 

Classes 

Seniors 20 

Juniors 28 

Sophomores 36 

Freshmen 38 

ACTIVITIES 41 

Organizations 42 

Greeks 74 

ATHLETICS 87 

DIRECTORY and ADVERTISING 101 








WAYNE A. KOFFEL 
Business Manager 



DONALD J. HART 
Editor 





CONTENTS 



To the campus 
beautiful . . . 






• • • 



we dedicate 
this book 



FORESTER 





FACULTY 



FORESTER 



MR. COFFIN 

MR. R. B. WILLIAMS 



MR. LINEBURG 
MR. JOHNSON 
MR. HARRIS 
MR. CURTIS 





MR. SLEIGHT 
MR. S. P. WILLIAMS 
MR. McPHEETERS 
MR. HARTZO 



MR. ADAMS 
MR. ROTH 



FACULTY 



FORESTER 



MISS KOUPAL 
MR. TOMLINSON 



MR. KELLER 
MR. KIRBY 
MISS LODGE 
MR. TURNER 





MR. DAVEY 

MR. JONES 

MR. PERRY 

MISS KOPENHAVER 



MR. PALMER 
MR. WIDMARK 



FACULTY 



FORESTER 



MISS BAKKE 
MR. LARSON 



MISS STOCKWELL 
MR. YOUNT 
MISS BIGGS 
MISS MELOY 







MR. HALL 




MR. HUHNKE 




MRS. SMITH 




MR. FERGUSON 


MISS POWELL 




MR. LASLEY 




MISS CLICKENER 




MRS. CORROUGH 




MISS CHAPIN 




MISS SLOAN 




MISS JOHNSON 




MISS HAGERTY 





FACULTY 



FORESTER 





CLASSES 




FORESTER 



ADAMS 




BEHRENS 




BERNARD 



BERTRAND 



BIGGS 






BROWN 



DENNETT 



EKSTRAND 



GRANT 




HART 



SENIORS 



FORESTER 




HODGDON 




HOWARD 




INGRAM 



JAMIESON 



JENNINGS 




KATZ 



KIEL 



KOFFEL 



LINEBURG 



LICHTFELD 




LOULAN 



SENIORS 




FORESTER 



MacARTHUR 




MacPHERSON 




MAIMAN, R. MANSNERUS MARIENFELD 




MEYER 



MILES 



OSADCHUK 



READ, V. 



ROBERTS 




SHARP 



SENIORS 




FORESTER 



SNOW 



STRYKER 




SUGG 



TUROWSKI 





VARNER 



WRIGHT, G. W. 



BOYLE 

CONNELLY 

CRAIG 

EISERMAN 

HIGGINS, M. 

McCLUNG 

MORSTADT 

PERRY 

RIX 

SCHAMBER 

SEMRO 

SULLIVAN 



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SENIORS 



FORESTER 




ANDERSON 
BAER 



BAEHR 
BAX 



BIOLO 

BRENNAN 



BOOTH 
BRIGHAM 




BUNDESEN 
CHANDLER 



BURGESS 
COOPER 



DIXON 
DURKIN 
EDWARDS 
ERICKSON 



JUNIORS 



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FORESTER 




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FEELEY 
FRIEBEL 



FOGARTY 
FUNK 



GOOD 
GUTHRIE 



GREGORY 
JENNER 




JENSEN 
KININGHAM 



KANE 
KLEIN 



KLOPFENSTEIN 
KOCH 
LEWIS 
LONGBRAKE 



JUNIORS 



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FORESTER 




McDUFFIE 
MAIMAN, E. 



McINTOSH 
MARSHALL 



MARTINOV 
MORGAN 



MATHER 
OSBORN 




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PEDERSEN 


PETERSEN, C. 


READ, R. 


POOLE 


QUENTIN 


ROBINSON 
ROEDEL 


BECKER 




SAPIRO 


COMES 






DOUGLAS 






MacALLISTER 






MAY 






MILLER 






PATTERSON 






RASMUSSEN 






REILIO 







JUNIORS 



[33] 



FORESTER 




SCHUSTER 
SHOEMAKER 



SHERER 
SMITH 



STAKEL 
STICKELS, R. 



STICKELS, J. 
STILLING 



[34] 




STINCHCOMB 
VanNORDEN 



TYNER 
WAKELEY 



WEBSTER 
WESTON 
WESTOVER 
WIIKEN 




WRIGHT, M. 



JUNIORS 



[35] 



FORESTER 




Top Row; Steinkraus, Waterhouse. Yates, Reinier, Wells, Towsley; Second flow: Salzman, 
Neale, Gilroy, Wildhage, Hruby, Guerrero; Third flow; Kern, Reilley, Handy, Margeson, 
Moore; Bottom Row: Condit, Webster. 

Not Present: Adams, Anderson, Aye, Ball, Berg, Bivings, Booth, Brewster, Bundesen, Carlson, 
Cobb, Cole, I. Cooper, R. Cooper, Eitel, Falconer, Fraser, Gillmor, Graham, Grear, Gripe, Haines, 
Hansberry, Hyman, Jauch, C. Johnson, R. Johnson, Koch, Lee, Lindley. 



[36] 



Top Row: Goodere, Higgins, Enevold, Thomson, Muller; Second Row: Zwicky, Venema, 
Caruthers, Hein, Colin; Thiid Row: Clough, Nelson, Cochrane, Carlson, Hannahs; Bottom 
Row: Van Sickle, Jewell. 

Not Present: Marshall, McCallum, Milton, Miller, Morgan, Morrow, Olson, Paddock, Page-Wood, 
Peterson, Price, Ritzier, Robertson, Rose, D. Rouser, J. Rouser, W. Salzman, Snow, Toomey, 
Turney, Kroll, Umberger, Zlateff. 




SOPHOMORES 



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Top: Kent, Taylor, Crane, Nype, Cochrane, Weih, Hildebrand, Bauman; Second: Ekstrora, 
E. Kiningham, Steifen, Jackson, Gradle, DeBruler, Miller, Stoltz, Melz; Bottom: E. Kern, 
Alexa, Westbay, Schaus, Lantz, Jones, Evans, Wenta. 

Not Present: Allan, Altmeyer, Anderson, Antonsen, Bacon, Baughman, Beckwith, Bivings, 
Boolz, Boyd, Brown, Bruckner, Burris, Byrum, Cappels, Caruthers, Chaderjian, Cioni, 
Cox, Curren, Decker, Dennis, Dollard, Donaldson, P. Duffy, R. Duffy, Dyslin, Ekstrand, 
Elmer, Flues, Ford, Foster, Gibson, D. Gillmor, Gilroy, Gleason, Granstrom, Gulyash, 
K. Harlan, W. Harlan, Harrison, Hatchell, Hire, Hruby, Huddle, Hurford, Jacobs, Joyce, 
Justen, Kaumeyer, Kearns. 



FORESTER 



[38] 



FRESHMEN 



Top: Beach, Eainbridge, Peters, Loeb, Goelzer, Baer, Bennett, Rickort; Second: Stechbart, 
L. Leonard, Hemenway, Sage, E. Miller, Coleman, Geiger, Rodman, Trautwein, Harter; 
Bottom: Trego, Hughes, Henry, Helmkamp, Dickinson, Whamond, Lucas, Druley. 

Not Present: Knaak, Knourek, Koss, Lane, Latshaw, Lavery, H. Lee, P. Lee, Leising, D. 
Leonard, Lukes, Maistrovich, P. Marshal!, McAfee, McKenna, Meigs, Mencke, Michaelsen, 
S. Miller, Morphew, Mosher, Nelson, Ogrin, Ori, S. Page-Wood, Parmelee, Paul, R. 
Petersen, Pfeiler, Pinniger, Price, Przyborski, Quambusch, G. Roberts, ]. W. Roberts, 
Salomon, Sandell, Shepanek, Shinner, Sonnen, Steinhaus, Thomas, Thompson, Thorsen, 
Tower, Tonkin, Tuber, Uhlemann, W. Van Sickle, Westerdahl, Woldenberg. 




FORESTER 





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ACTIVITIES 



FORESTER 



IRON 
KEY 



PHI 

ETA 

SIGMA 



Top: Lewis, Hart, McClung. 
Jollom: Perry, Mr. Johnson, Boyle. 




Top: Adams, Gripe, Weston, Perry, Jenner, Katz, A. Smith. 
Bottom: Mr. Williams, Lewis, Dr. Moore, Marienfeld, Mr. Johnson. 



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Top: Poole, F. Longbrake, Quentin, Reilley. 
Bottom: Brennan, Miss Koupal. 




ALPHA 

LAMBDA 

DELTA 



KAPPA 
ALPHA 



Ingram, Jamieson, Bernard. 



ACTIVITIES 



FORESTER 




STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



Top: Smith, Perry, J. E. Roberts; Bottom: Jamieson, McDuffie, Klein, Sharp, Bernard. 



Student Council regulates rushing 
. . . President Perry smiles lor the 
birdies . . . also led attack on 
paddling and hell-week . . . 




[44] 



WOMEN'S 

SELF 

GOVERNMENT 




Top: Quentin, S. Kiningham; Bottom: Gregory, 
Ritzier, Jamieson, Bernard. 




The gals sponsored Lois Hall formal . . . 
gay attair . . . president lor the year, 
Janet Jamieson . . . 



ACTIVITIES 



FORESTER 



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Milton, Mr. Widmark, Mr. Tomlinson, Sugg, Schamber. 



A coupie of cheery debaters . . . 
Durkin and Waterhouse . . . smart 
lads, taking advantage of Mr. 
Tommy's training . . . 



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WOMEN'S 
DEBATE 




Top: Osborn, Lantz, Jackson; Bottom: Mr. Wid- 
mark, Mr. Tomlinson, Baer. 




Team horn Coe College trucked over to 
L. F. to be told oli by our "ferns" . . . 
Lantz and Osbom stood up loi out side . . . 



ACTIVITIES 



GARRICK 

CLUB 




Top: Griffiths, Howard, Westover, Schuster, Salzman, 
Klopfenstein. 

Middle: V. Read, Shoemaker, Bernard, R. Read, Friebel, 

Baer, Bertrand, Anderson. 
Bottom: Stakel, Mr. Widmark, Mr. Tomlinson, Sugg, Osborn. 



FORESTER 



[48] 



ACTIVITIES 



THE CAST 

Thomas, a butlei ------ Bob Bacon 

William Meek ------ Russell Nype 

Beansy Blake ------ John Mosher 

Robert Preston Charles DeBruler 

Miss Wilkes ...... Doris Lantz 

Charles Dobson ...... Jack Byrum 

Dr. Walter Talley William Meigs 

Ann Winston ------ Florence Evans 

Vivian Darrell ----- Marcella Druley 

Rev. Dr. Loring ------ Max Beach 

A Policeman ------ Franklin Leising 

Frank Cullen ----- Rodney Cochrane 

Olga, the cook ----- Dorothy Westbay 

Frances ------- Jane Hughes 

A Photographer - John Bivings 




IT WONT 

BE LONG NOW 



FORESTER 



THE NIGHT OF 
JANUARY 16TH 




CAST 



Prison Matron Dorothy Paul 

Bailiff Robert Bacon 

Judge Heath .... Charles Schuster 

District Attorney Flint .... j ac k Sugg 
Defense Attorney Stevens - - James Westover 

CIerk John Mosher 

Karen Andre Muriel Lindley 

Dr. Kirkland Donald Hart 

Mrs. John Hutchins - - - Marcella Druley 



Homer Van Fleet 

Elmer Sweeney 

Nancy Lee Faulkner 

Magda Svenson 

John Grayham Whitfield 

Jane Chandler - 

Sigurd Jungquist 

Larry Regan 

Roberta Van Rensselaer 



Tom Hawkins 

Dale Schamber 

Sara Kiningham 

Dorothy Westbay 

Charles DeBruler 

Geraldine Anderson 

Russell Nype 

Al Brown 

Frances Moore 



[50] 



CAST 



Nat Miller 
Essie, his wife ■ 
Richard, their son 
Mildred, their daughter 
Arthur, their son 
Sid Davis, Essie's brother 
Tommy, their son - 
Lilly Miller, Nat's sister 



Richard Widmark 

Mary Margeson 

Robert Klopfenstein 

Babette Klein 

Charles Schuster 

Al Brown 

Russell Tomlinson, Jr. 

Margot Baer 



David McComber .... - Jack Sugg 
Muriel McComber, his daughter - Ruth Marie Osborn 
Wint Selby ..... Kenneth Harlan 

Belle Jean McDuffie 

Nora - ■ ■ - - ■ - Virginia Turney 
Bartender ..... James Westover 

Salesman ..... Urban Comes, Jr. 




AH, WILDERNESS 



ACTIVITIES 



FORESTER 



PAN- 
HELLENIC 
COUNCIL 



INTER- 
FRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 



Top: Koch, Ritzier, Turney, Anderson, Biggs. 

BoHom: Gregory, Jamieson, MacArthur, Ingram, Kiningham. 




Top: Schamber.Wiiken, Hart, Maiman, Boyle. 
Bottom: Durkin, Klopfenstein, O. Adams. 



[52] 



Dr. Kopenhaver, Bernard, Mrs. Palm, Dr. Lineburg, Marienfeld, Quentin. 




Back: McDuffie, Jamieson, V. Read, Turney, Sage, Condit, Trego, Bernard, Steffen, Cox, 
Jackson, Longbrake, Hughes, Moore, R. Read; Front: Anderson, Shoemaker, 
Dr. Lodge, Stakel, Osborn, Koch; Not Present: Van Sickle, Eitel, Evans. 



BETA 
BETA 
BETA 



FRENCH 
CLUB 



ACTIVITIES 



[S3] 



FORESTER 




Top: Pedersen, Erigham, Guerrero, Biolo, J. Gilroy; Fourth: Guthrie, M. Baer, Kiningham, 
Muller, Bennett; Third: R. Read, Moore, Shoemaker, Stinchcomb, Craig, Cole, Klein, Reilio; 
Second: Osborn, Stakel, Gregory, Bernard, Handy, A. Kern; Bottom: Weston, Lewis, 
McClung, Hodgdon, Wakeley, Brennan; Not Present: E. Maiman, D. Gillmor, Goelzer, Stoltz, 
Boyle, Berg, Grear, McKenna, Aye, Hughes, Sage, J. Rouser, D. Rouser. 



STENTOR 



Some significant headlines in this 
year's Stentois . . . controversial 
articles stirred campus . . . 



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[54] 



FORESTER 




Back: Gripe, M. Wright, Stryker, Moore, Jenner, Marienfeld, Loulan; Fronf: Jamieson, 
Hart, Klein, Koffel. 




Forester material before it was un- 
scrambled . . . began with a nucleus of 
ideas . . . but they were too abstract to 
show pictures of . . . 



ACTIVITIES 




TUSITALA 



Back: Lewis. Stryker, Wakeley; Front: Longbrake, Shoemaker, Craig; Not Present: Cobb, 
J. Peterson. 



One issue of poetry, one prose 
this year . . . short story contest 
will net winner five bucks . . . 













TUSITALA 















[56] 



PI 

ALPHA 
CHI 




Back: Gripe, Westover, Mr. Palmer, Schuster, Hart, Stryker, Osadchuk; Front: Condit, 
Moore, Margeson; Not Present: Osborn, Reilley, Venema, Tyner, Taylor, Enevold, Loeb. 




Accompanist Reilley caught in a serious 
mood . . . most of Pi Alpha Chi's members 
travelled with the chorus . . . plenty active 
group . . . 



ACTIVITIES 



FORESTER 






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Top: Lineburg, J. Rouser, Bacon, Behrens, Anderson, Grear, Peters, Rickert; Second: 
Morphew, Leising, McAllister, Hatchell, McKenna, Harrison, Salomon, Perry; Bottom: 
Morstadt, Schamber, Wiiken, Lewis, Biolo, Martinov, Adams. 



COMMONS 
WAITERS 



White-coats taking "smoke-slicks" 
and a little ah before meals . . . 
but they work indoors . . . "Sugar" 
Kane proves it . . . 




CHORUS 




Back: Steinkraus, Gripe, Venema, Schuster, Meigs, Westover, Stryker, Byrum, Kent; Third: 
Stechbart, Reilley, Margeson, Kern, Steffen, Jackson, Lucas, Moore, R. Read, Stakel; 
Second: Trego, Evans, Westbay, Ekstrom, Mr. Palmer, V. Read, MacArthur, Bernard, 
Osborn; Bottom: Leonard, Cappels, McAtee; Not Present: Druley, Trautwein, McDuffie, 
Shoemaker, E. Kiningham, Dixon, Sherer, Hart, Stoltz, D. Rouser. 




The chorus broadcasts horn Gary . . . 
pack into bus . . . Shoemaker and Stakel 
scramming after rehearsal . . . 



ACTIVITIES 



FORESTER 




OCTET 



Back: Byrum, Schuster, Hart, Venema; Front: Reilley (accompanist), Margeson, A. Kern, 
Moore, Osborn. 



Mooie and Osbom . . . alto sec- 
tion of the octet . . . travelled with 
the group loi its many pro- 
grams . . . 




[60] 



Back: Margeson, A. Kern, Moore; Front: Reilley (accompanist), Osborn. 



QUARTETTE 



CONCERT 
ENSEMBLE 




Back: Steinkraus, Gripe, Loeb, Jensen, Hart, Westover, Stryker, Enevold; Front: Baer, 
Dickinson, Mr. Palmer, Harter, Osadchuk. 



ACTIVITIES 




BAND 



Back: Schuster, Loeb, Stryker, Higgins, Smith, Enevold, Taylor, Gripe, Mosher; Front: Mr. 
Palmer, Dickinson, Knaak, Osadchuk, Steinkraus; Not Present: Baer, Carlson, Hart, Good, 
Waterhouse, Westover. 



The band countermarches for a 
football crowd . . . peps 'em up 
during time-outs . . . Mr. Palmer 
directing . . . 









[62] 



WOMEN'S 

ATHLETIC 

ASSOCIATION 




Top: Reilio, Bernard, Roedel, Baer, Cochrane, Friebel, McArthur, McDufiie, Klein, 
Jamieson; Second: Booth, Ingiam, Shoemaker, R. Read, Biggs, Turney, Miss Bakke, 
Morgan; Bottom: Quentin, Stinchcomb, V. Read, Stakel, Koch, Cole, Hannahs. 




W.A.A. "pres" Jamieson stumbles onto 
Commons plaza . . . Coleman holds hei 
up . . . sponsored badminton: Kern shows 

'em how . . . 



ACTIVITIES 




Back: Dennett. Hodgdon, Weston, Burgess, Loulcm, Lichtfeld, MacPherson, Grant, Guthrie, 
Sherer; Front: Kiel, Dr. Johnson, Ingram, Biggs, Dr. Turner, Sapiro; Not Present: Meyer, 
Behrens, Boyle, Brigham, Dixon, Durkin, Edwards, Hart, Rasmussen, Turowski, Wakeley, 
Wiiken, W. Wright. 



ECONOMICS 
CLUB 



"Free-trader" Burgess leers down 
horn College Hall . . . Boyle's red 
shirt adorns this icy economic 
philosopher . . . trying to give 
cold shoulder to national admin- 
istration? . . . 




[64] 



INTER- 
NATIONAL 
RELATIONS 

CLUB 




Back: Guthrie, Ingram, J. Roberts, R. Read, Guerrero, Smith; Front: Bernard, Lewis, 
Weston, Shoemaker. 




Dan Gillmor starts out some kind oi 

salute . . . Why, Dan! . . . Mullei and 

President Weston talk over Hitler's 
Austrian grab . . . 



ACTIVITIES 



FORESTER 




MATHEMATICS 
CLUB 



Top: Smith, Jenner, Good, Jensen; Bottom: Mansnerus, Mr. Curtis, Jennings. 



Math shark Jenner explaining a 
little Einstein to waiting diners . . . 
President Wright heaves a snow- 
ball at the photographer . . . 




[66] 



Back: Adams, Jensen, Jenner, Noale, Good, W. Salzman; Front: Smith, Enevold, Jennings, 
Dr. Harris, Wells, Mansnerus. 



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SIGMA 

PI 
SIGMA 




MID-WINTER 

DINNER 
COMMITTEE 




Back: Van Sickle, Jamieson, Litchfield, Klein, M. Wright, Craig; Front: Bernard, Hodgdon, 
Koffel, Friebel. 



ACTIVITIES 



FORESTER 




STUDENT 
TRIP 



Back: M. Wright, Varner, Ingram. Koffel; Front: A. Kern. MacArthur. Hodgdon, Friebel, 
S. Kiningham. 



The team's togs lined up at the 
station . . . North Central had a 
home-coming parade . . . our own 
parade followed theirs . . . the 
train was packed . . . and noisy . . . 




[68] 



DAD'S 
DAY 




Back: Stakel, Behrens. Schuster, R. Maiman, Roedel; Front: Jamieson, Smith, Marier.- 
feld, V. Read. 




"Mac" nabs a pun* . . . "Pete" gets one 
oft . . . Knox beats us 7 to 6 . . . only time 
all season we were even scored upon . . . 



ACTIVITIES 



FORESTER 




HOME 
COMING 



Back: Guthrie, Jamieson, Hart, Marienfeld, McArthur, Lewis; Front: Koffel, Moore, Sugg, 
Klein, Gregory. 



Home-coming parade was long . . . 
and inteiesting . . . many alumni 
registered . . . chicken race be- 
tween halves ... in pajamas . . . 




[70] 



JUNIOR 
PROM 




Back: M. Wright, Lewis, Bax, Pedersen, Klopfenstein; Cenfer: Brigham, R. Read, McDuffie, 
E. Maiman; Front: Gregory, Klein. 




Back view of the queen . . . she doesn't 
always diess formally . . . the party was 
a splendid success . . . king and queen 
pose informally . . . 



ACTIVITIES 



FORESTER 




COLLEGE 
DAY 



Top: Schamber, Moore, Morstadt; Bottom: Miller, Cole. 



Waiter Perry grins ior prospective 
students . . . some ate at tables . . . 
some got closer to nature . . . 




[72] 



Top: Stakel, Koch, Higgins, Jamieson, Longbrake; Bottom: Lewis, Miss Lodge, 
Mr. R. B. Williams, Mr. Davey. 



PHI 

SIGMA 

IOTA 



SIGMA 

TAU 

DELTA 




Top: Sugg, Stryker, Reilio, Brennan, Lewis; Bottom: Klein, Craig, Shoemaker. 



ACTIVITIES 



FORESTER 




Top: Lane, W. Salzman, Cioni, Knaak, P. Duffy, R. Duffy, Sherer, Steinkraus, J. Peterson, 
Taylor, G. Roberts; Third: Altmeyer, Foster, Olson, Higgins, Burgess, Venema, Jenner, 
E. Maiman, Dyslin, Waterhouse, Carlson; Second: Webster, Mr. R. B. Williams, Mr. 
Harris, Hart, Mr. Davey, Mr. Palmer, Howard, Miles, R. Maiman; Bottom: Wildhage, 
Comes, Brown, Griffiths, MacPherson, Jennings, Latshaw, Dixon. 



ALPHA 
SIGMA 
KAPPA 




Presidents: 

Donald Hart 

Raymond Salzman 



Taylor receives bid to pledge in 
annual fall pledging ceremony . . . 
Steinkraus, Jennings, and Webster 
in their "struggle for Life" . . . 
president receives pledge-night 
gifts from sororities . . . 




[74] 



DIGAMMA 

ALPHA 

UPSILON 




Presidents: 

John Snow 

Hawley Boyle 




Top: Grear, Berg, R. Stickels, Pedersen, Durkin, Umberger, Guerrero, Eiserman, Tyner, 
Guthrie, Thorsen, C. Adams; Third: Rickert, Sonnen, Bootz, Hruby, Westover, Bax, 
Brigham, Biolo, Nype, Wells, Enevold, Kaumeier; Second: Anderson, Meyer, Sugg, 
Mr. Perry, Snow, Mr. Sleight, Boyle, Varner, Behrens, J. Cooper; Bottom: McKenna, 
Colin, Gulyash, Crane, Weih, Byrum, Michaelsen, Moser, Baer, Cochrane. 




Tyner and Varner avoid the puddles . . . 
Chet Adams, Digam straight-A boy, hits 
the books . . . bell-ringer Boyle passing 
time between classes . . . 



GREEKS 



[75] 



FORESTER 




KAPPA 
SIGMA 




Presidents: 
Carl Marienfeld 
Dale Schamber 



Top: Granstrom, Bauman, Rose, J. Rouser, Wakeley, Bainbridge. Leising, Miller, Harrison, 
K. Harlan, Metz, Edwards; Third: Martinov, Van Norden, E. Gilroy, A. E. Bivings, 
Ball, Van Sickle, C. Peterson, Kane, Morstadt, Muller, R. Peterson, Pfeiler, Hein, Towsley; 
Second: Gleason, Kiel, Goodere, Fogarty, Mr. Tomlinson, Marienfeld. Mr. Hartzo, M. 
Wright, G. W. Wright, Lineburg, Wiiken; Bottom: Feeley, Anderson, Kent, Dollard, 
J. Bivings, Antonsen, DeBruler, Peters, W. Harlan, Hildebrand, Westerdahl. 



/. Rouser does a little lab work . . . 
tower entrance lets Caruthers 
through ... so did opposing loot- 
ball lines . . . 




[76] 



PHI 

PI 

EPSILON 




Frederick Hodgdon 
Orlo Adams 




Top: Geiger, Justen, Good, J. Gilroy, Beckwith, Schuster, Allen, McAllister, Falconer, 
R. Ekstrand; Third: Ori, Patterson, Beach, Jacobs, Ogrin, Aye, Price, Weston, J. W. 
Roberts, Stoltz, Hawkins, Baughman; Second: Neale, Mansnerus, Goelzer, Koffel, 
Adams, Mr. Johnson, Hodgdon, McCallum, Perry, Mather, Curren; Bottom: Koss, 
Mencke, Zwicky, Klopfenstein, Yates, L. Ekstrand, Reinier, Bennett, Parmalee, Salomon. 




Curren 'n Kloppy comin' down the path 
. . . Phi Pi tower . . . scene of plenty ot 
excitement . . . and phiatemity phun . . . 




FORESTER 




ALPHA 

DELTA 

PI 



President: 
Janet Jamieson 



Top: Bruckner, Clough, Zeitler, Paddock, Lucas, Harter, Coleman, E. Miller, Hemenway, 
Whamond; Bottom: Jamieson, Condit, A. Kern, Ritzier. 



"Vangie" peeks around to see 
where the noise and clatter is 
coming from . . . it was only the 
camera . . . ]amieson and Cole- 
man are all smiles . . . maybe 
they're hungry . . . 




[78] 



ALPHA 

XI 
DELTA 



President: 
Barbara Anne Gregory- 




Top: Schweitzer, Jewell, Robinson, Paul, Stakel, Thompson, Price, Longbrake, Eitel, 
Higgins, Sharp: Second: Poole, Gregory, Koch, M. Marshall, Friebel, McAtee; 
Bottom: Cappels, Huddle. 




Bertrand and Friebel . . . inseparable pair 
. . . even room together . . . Franny Stakel, 
stage crew expert . . . 




FORESTER 




Top: E. Carlson, Cole, Robertson, Nelson, Cochrane, Haines, Jackson, Shinner, Hire, Steffen, 
Hannahs, Westbay, Stilling; Second: Booth, S. Kiningham, Klein, Roedel, M. Baer, 
Biggs; Bottom: Ekstrom, Druley, Cox, E. Kiningham. 



GAMMA 

PHI 

BETA 




President: 
Sara Kiningham 



Gamma Phi's get in snow fights 
. . . really dish it out . . . Ekstrom 
and Klein whizziri to class . . . 




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CHI 
OMEGA 

% r y § 

President: 
Jean Ingram 




Top: Maistrovich, Handy, Lee, Alexa, Reilley, Flues, Moore, Anderson, Margeson, Evans, 
Ford; Second: Osborne, Ingram, V. Read, Shoemaker, Bernard, R. Read; Bottom: 
Quentin, L. Leonard, Trego, Sage, Hughes, E. Kern. 




Callers sometimes visit 'em outside . . . 
Handy, Bernard, and company travel en 
masse . . . maneuver to avoid snowball 
attacks . . . good idea — eh, gals? 




FORESTER 




SIGMA 
TAU 




President: 
Elizabeth McArthur 



Top: Dickinson, G. Miller, Turney, Schaus, Elmer; Bottom: MacArthur, Van Sickle, Henry. 
McDuffie. 



McArthur doesn't like photogs . . . 
but he got her anyway . . . looks 
like Miller has a cold . . . tsk! tsk! 
don't cough TOO hard . . . 




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INDEPENDENT 

WOMEN'S 

CLUB 



President: 
Catherine Craig 




Craig, Baehr, Helmkamp, Chaderjian. 




Rodman explaining something to the rest 
of the gals . . . she certainly looks as 
though she means it . . . Stinchcomb, 
always lookin happy . . . 



FORESTER 




INDEPENDENT 
MEN'S 
CLUB 

President: 
Robert Katz 



Steinhaus, Zlateff, Funk, Woldenberg, Katz, Tonkin, Smith, Brewster. 



Lichtfeld starts a soapbox speech 
. . . or is he giving debate stuit . . . 
card games are good pass-time — 
Jensen helps Herb pass time . . . 




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The Commons plaza . 



GREEKS 



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FORESTER 





ATHLETICS 



FORESTER 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 

1937 

BELOIT . . . First game of the season . . . and under lights . . . surprising num- 
ber of Lake Forest supporters in the stands . . . passes Jauch to Feely, Wiiken 
to Towsley, and Wiiken to R. Stickels, scored . . . longest run was scoring 
jaunt of fifty yards by Anderson after a lateral by Boyle . . . KNOX . . . Dads 
Day . . . Roly blocked a punt in the third guarter . . . Then Wiiken passed to 
Towsley . . . score . . . Peterson's attempt was wide . . . few minutes later 
Knox blocked Boyle's punt ... a pass scored . . . and Stevenson kicked goal 
. . . Biolo and Berg stood out in a defensive game . . . CARROLL . . . Waukesha 
men unbeaten in two years . . . neither team had punch . . . Buck got loose 
for fifty-six yards to be caught by Boyle. . . . Petersen missed two place- 
ments . . . Buck one . . . Boyle kicked beautifully . . . Roly and Kroll sparkled 
on defense . . . 



Top: Goodere, mgr., Wiiken, J. Stickels, McAllister, Biolo, Anderson, Berg. Coach Jones; Second: Caruthers, 
Feeley, Jauch, Petersen, Matinov, Kroll, Towsley; Bottom: Adams, Perry, Schamber, Capt, Lineburg, Morstadt, 
Snow, Boyle. 










Seven senior lettermen won't be around for next year's team . . . "Ref", as seen from the bench . . . "Roly" 
Caruthers, voted most valuable player . . . Johnny Snow gets a mud facial . . . the lads really plow in that 
line . . . they plow after they are tackled, too . . . 



MILLIKIN . . . Homecoming . . . Jauch did a lot of running . . . scoring in the 
first . . . Berg's punts kept Millikin back . . . seventy-eight yard drive ended 
with a pass, Wiiken to Boyle, who lateraled to Towsley for a total gain of 
twenty-four yards and a score . . . NORTH CENTRAL . . . Student Trip to Naper- 
ville . . . Jaybirds threatened repeatedly . . . two fumbles hurt . . . Martinov 
gained repeatedly . . . Fogarty's thirty-four yard return of a punt was the 
prettiest play . . . ball was inches from their goal line as the game ended 
. . . KENYON . . . Ohio team had lost only one game . . . Marty ripped the 
line . . . McAllister ran the ends . . . Fogarty passed ... all the boys got a 
shot. . . . proper finish to a successful season . . . only one touchdown by 
opponents all year . . . 



ATHLETICS 



FORESTER 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 

1937-38 



Dec. 6, ALUMNI . . . Won . . . 35-32 . . . Loosely played game . . . Alums lacked 
teamwork. . . entire squad . . . saw action . . . Dec. 11, ARMOUR . . . Won 
. . . 34-22 . . . Jaybirds took lead . . . never headed . . . McAllister . . . and 
R. Stickels . . . paced attack . . . Dec. 14, GEORGE WILLIAMS . . . Won 
. . . 45-22 . . . Chigagoans little competition . . . Jaybirds led 26-7 ... at half 
. . . scoring well divided . . . Jan. 4, ARMOUR . . . Won . . . 45-38 . . . First win 
on their court ... in six years . . . again an early lead . . . Tech jumped 
ahead 37-35 . . . Stickels scored to tie . . . Bob Petersen scored . . . Mac got 
three in two minutes to clinch it . . . Jan. 8, BELOIT . . . Won 45-38 . . . 
Midget Saekes set shot . . . helped Beloit . . . Pat and Mac led second half 
drive . . . E. Maiman played good defensive game . . . Jan. 10, NORTH CEN- 
TRAL . . . Lost . . . 42-43 . . . First loss Cardinals had height ... Pat scored 
to make it 42-41 . . . with seconds left . . . then Schiffler counted . . . from 
mid-floor . . . Jan. 14, MONMOUTH . . .Won . . . 51-50 . . . Downstate ... an- 
other nip and tuck battle . . . Boyle led first half drive . . . Mac continued 
spree . . . with twenty-two points . . . Jan. 15, KNOX . . . Lost . . . 39-41 . . . 
Efnov led late rally ... as Jaybirds tired . . . for a total of eighteen . . . E. Mai- 



Top: Coach Jones, Grear, R. Maiman, Kane, Pedersen, Anderson, Mgr. Carlson; Bottom: R. Stickels, Boyle, R. 
Petersen, McAllister, Capt. E. Maiman, Patterson, Morstadt. 





Coach Jones watches 'em plenty close in practice ... in games, too 
. . . "Schlag" Morstadt was stifi competition in captaincy election . . 



. . "Ram" Patterson poises ior a bucket 
beaten in close race by "E" Maiman . . . 



man paced Foresters . . . Jan. 19, WHEATON . . . Won . . . 36-35 . . . Wheaton 
band box . . . uphill fight ... to win with seconds left . . . Boyle, Mac, and 
E. Maiman . . . provided punch . . . Jan. 22, LAWRENCE . . . Won 31-39 . . . 
Ragged seesaw fight . . . uphill . . . Bob Petersen offensively . . . and de- 
fensively . . . Capt. Burton . . . Lawrence ace . . . Feb. 12, CARROLL . . . Lost 
. . . 29-40 . . . Breenmen best seen here . . . fast . . . tall . . . and clever . . . 
Buck, Pauler, Knobland starred . . . Bob Petersen . . . again Jaybird ace . . . 
Feb. 14, WHEATON . . . Won ... 41-29 .. . Foresters crept up . . . and won 
going away ... a rough aggressive game . . . three Walkermen out . . . 
on fouls . . . Mac and E. Maiman . . . leaders . . . Feb. 18, BELOIT . . Lost 
. . . 29-36 . . . Jaybirds led momentarily in second half . . . then dropped 
back . . . Tamulis for Beloit . . . Morstadt and Bob Petersen for Lake Forest 
... led attack . . . Feb. 22, LAWRENCE . . . Lost . . . 28-56 . . . Vikings were 
hot . . . twenty-one goals in fifty-four attempts . . . fourteen of eighteen free 
throws . . . paced by Faleide and Burton . . . Jack Pedersen . . . put on a per- 
sonal spree . . . late in game . . . Feb. 26, NORTH CENTRAL . . . Lost 35-42 
. . . North Central pulled away . . . with minutes to go . . . Leasure was too 
hot . . . with twenty-one points . . . Feb. 28, CARROLL . . . Lost . . . 47-58 . . . 
Jaybirds played best game of year . . . led by Morstadt . . . and McAllister 
. . . Knolblauch was hot . . . for twenty-four points . . . Boyle, Morstadt, R. 
Maiman played last game . . . 



ATHLETICS 



FORESTER 



FROSH FOOTBALL 

1937 




BELOIT . . . Won 12-7 .. . Passing attack with 
Metz and K. Harland was big factor .... 
Parmalee scored in first guarter ... a plunge 
. . . Morphew intercepted a pass on the 
eighteen — K. Harland scored from the two . . . 
Bowles broke away for 82 yards and a score 
in third guarter for Beloit . . . Beloit was ag- 
gressive till gun . . . CARROLL . . . Lost ... 14-0 
. . . Jaybirds were outplayed ... In second, 
passes led to Carroll's first score ... by Al- 
bright . . . Farisa intercepted a pass in third 
. . . fifty-five yards to score . . . Koss ran kick- 
off to Carroll forty . . . drive stopped on eigh- 
teen . . . closest green came to scoring . . . 



Here's where the boys started tackling. 



Back: Ball, Hildebrand, Hatchell, Beckwith, Antonsen, Tower, DeBruler, 
Gulyash, Bootz, Leising, Salomon; Front: Michaelsen, (Mgr.), Lat- 
shaw, Metz, Koss, Bacon, Peters, Parmalee, Coach Larson, Bau- 
man, W. Harlan, Pfeiler, Gleason, Rickert, K. Harlan, Morphew. 





Top: Coach Larson, Bacon, Hatchell, Gilroy, Gleason, Bootz, Morphew, Mgr., 
Lane; Bottom: Harrison, Pfeiler, McKenna, Thorsen, Parma'.ee, Westerdahl. 



Frosh star Harrison had good season. 






FROSH BASKETBALL 

1937-38 




FIRST NATIONAL BANK . . . Won 36-34 . . . Close all the way . . . Emery led 
bankers . . . McKenna tops on defense . . . Bootz and Harrison on offense . . . 
BELOIT . . . Lost 46-54 . . . Torrid battle . . . Gold won with 8 points ... in last 
two minutes . . . paced by Bowles . . . NORTH CENTRAL . . . Won 49-29 . . . 
Larsonmen never headed . . . McKenna, Hatchell, Harrison . . . sparkplugs . . . 
Y.M.C.A. . . . Won . . . 45-26 . . . Tight game . . . Till frosh scored twenty points 
... in succession ... in second half . . . Bootz . . . and Harrison were high . . . 
CARROLL . . . Lost . . . 24-25 . . . Nip 'n' tuck . . . Larsonmen closed with rush 
. . . that just failed . . . Harrison, McKenna . . . high . . . BELOIT . . . Won 42-37 
. . . Another close one . . . Gilroy turned in best game . . . aided by Harrison 
. . . Bootz . . . NORTH CENTRAL . . . Won . . . 46-29 . . . Slow start . . . 26-13 
lead at half . . . Gleason . . . Harrison tops . . . CARROLL . . . Lost . . . 26-31 
. . . Carroll into second half . . . then forged ahead ... to stay . . . Hatchel 
and Gleason paced Larsonmen . . . 



ATHLETICS 



FORESTER 



BASEBALL 




Big Leaguer Wiiken coaches Chet 
Petersen around third. 



LAST YEAR SCORES 



George Williams . 

Univer. of Wisconsin 

Northwestern Univ. 

Northwestern Univ. 

Wheaton 

Wisconsin 

Wheaton 

Monmouth 

Armour 

Armour 

Bradley 



7-3 (W) 


2-4 


(L) 


1-10 


(L) 


0-5 


(L) 


3-2 (W) 


4-7 


(L) 


5-12 


(L) 


6-5 


(W) 


0-5 


(D 


2-2 


(T) 


1-3 


(D 



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VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE 



April 








Thurs. 14 . . . George Williams 


Sat. 16 . 






Univ. of Wisconsin 


Tues. 19 






Wheaton . 


Tues. 26 






Northwestern Univ. 


Sat. 30 . 






Armour Tech. 


May 


Tues. 3 . . . . Illinois College 


Mon. 9 . 






Northwestern Univ. 


Thurs. 12 






. Monmouth . 


Fri. 13 






Bradley 


Sat. 14 






Bradley 


Fri. 20 . 






Illinois Wesleyan 


Sat. 21 . 






Illinois Wesleyan 


Wed. 25 






Armour Tech. 


Sat. 28 






Wheaton 



here 
here 
there 
there 
here 



here 
here 
there 
there 
there 
here 
here 
there 
here 





Coach Larson takes over Keller's post as Frosh Mentor 
basketball captain for next year . . . nice goin', "E". 



'E" Maiman: star varsity pitcher . . . also elected 



ATHLETICS 



FORESTER 



MEN'S INTRAMURAL 




Bob Maimcm gets off pass in 
championship football game . . . 
Alpha Sigs beat Digams. 



TOUCH FOOTBALL 




SWEEPSTAKES TOTALS 1936-37 




Won 


Lost 


Tied 


Digam .... 2828 


Alpha Sigma* . 


7 


1 


1 


Kappa Sig . . . . 2374 


Digamma* 


6 


2 


1 


Alpha Sig . . . . 920 


Independent Men 


2 


4 


2 


Phi Pi 842 


Phi Pi 


2 


6 





I.M.C 539 


Kappa Sigma 


1 


7 







Includes playoff for 


itle 









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SWEEPSTAKES SO FAR THIS SEASON 





Digamma 


Kappa Sig 


Alpha Sig 


I.M.C. 


PhiP 


Touch Football 


175 


60 


265 


150 


25 


Basketball 


190 


280 


70 


120 


60 


Free Throws . 


30 








15 


50 


Stunt Night . 





50 


30 





15 


Totals (to Apr. 1) . 


395 


390 


365 


285 


180 




Plenty of excitement at intramural basketball games . . . crowds, too 



SOFTBALL, 1937 




GOLF CHAMPION, 1937 


Kappa Sig 


W. L. 

6-1 


George Lineburg 


Digam .... 


6-2 


TENNIS 


Alpha Sig . 


4-3 


No champion . . . tournament not com 


I.M.C 


3-5 


pleted . . . 


Phi Pi . 


0-8 





ATHLETICS 



FORESTER 



WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL 




Tennis courts busy . . . 
spring and fall . . . Kern 
tries 'em out early . . . 



Volley ball games, both class and intramural, were played off first part of 
the second semester . . . close contest all the way through . . . sophomores 
beat the seniors to win the class title ... In sorority games, Gamma Rho Delta 
took a close one from Gamma Phi Beta to win cup . . . standings: 

Won Lost 
Gamma Rho Delta (now Chi Omega) ... 4 

Gamma Phi Beta 3 1 

Alpha Delta Pi 1 3 

Alpha Xi Delta 1 3 

Sigma Tau 1 3 

BASEBALL 

Last spring the baseball cup went to the Gamma Rhos . . . won from Gamma 
Phis . . . this year's contest just beginning . . . 



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BASKETBALL 





CLASS 






INTRAMURAL 








Won 


Lost 


Won 


Lost 


Juniors 




2 





Gamma Phi Beta . . 3 





Sophomores 




1 


1 


Gamma Rho Delta . . 2 


1 


Freshmen 










Alpha Xi Delta . . 1 


2 


Seniors 










Alpha Delta Pi . . 
Sigma Tau ... 


3 





Intramural basketball cup won in close game . . . Gamma Phis bested the 
Gamma Rhos ... in class basketball, juniors won . . . sophomores were run- 
ners-up ... no contest from frosh and seniors . . . 




Baseball takes up some of the gals' time . . . Hannahs swings a mean bat . . . 
the campus golf course also has its attractions . . . for women as well as men, 
it seems . . . Lindley, Fraser, and E. Kern out for a little archery . . . Cupid, 
maybe? . . . 



HOCKEY 

Only two hockey games were played last fall . . . these were between the 
freshman-junior team and the sophomore-senior team . . . sophomore-senior 
gang won both times . . . 



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FORESTER 



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FACULTY 

PRESIDENT HERBERT McCOMB MOORE . . . President 
of the College . . . Bachelor of Arts degree from Lake 
Forest College, eighteen hundred ninety-six . . . Bachelor 
of Divinity degree three years later from McCormick 
Theolcgical Seminary . . . two years of graduate study 
under Professor James Orr at the United Presbyterian 
College in Edinburgh, Scotland . . . traveled in Scot- 
land, England, Germany, and Switzerland . . . began 
the ministry in nineteen hundred one at Presbyterian 
Church in Goldfield Mining Camp, Colorado . . . later 
took churches in Milwaukee and Appleton, Wisconsin, 
and in Covington, Kentucky . . . Presbyterian University 
Pastor at Cornell University . . . member of the Board 
of Directors of the Cosmopolitan Club . . . went to 
France with the American Army as Y.M.C.A. Secretary 
. . . became Direc'.or of Religious Work at the Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh and member of the Dean's Council 
. . . became President of Lake Forest College in nine- 
teen hundred twenty . . . received honorary Doctor of 
Divinity degree from the University of Pittsburgh . . . 
President of the Federation of Illinois Colleges in nine- 
teen hundred thirty-one . . . President of the Presby- 
terian College Union in nineteen hundred thirty-two . . . 
President of the Illinois College Conference in nineteen 
hundred thirty-eight. 

PROFESSOR FLETCHER BARKER COFFIN . . . head of 
the Department of Chemistry . . . holds four degrees 
from Harvard: Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, Bache- 
lor of Laws, and Doctor of Philosophy . . . was asso- 
ciated with a Boston law firm . . . was employed by the 
utility management and construction firm of Stone and 
Webster . . . taught at Haverford College . . . came 
to Lake Forest College in nineteen hundred nine . . . 
has done research in the field of atomic weights, mak- 
ing determinations of the atomic weights of Cobalt and 
Arsenic . . . associated for one year with Professor T. 
W. Richards, Nobel prize winner, in an investigation on 
the atomic weight of Silver. 

PROFESSOR RONALD BOAL WILLIAMS . . . professor 
of Romance Languages . . . Bachelor of Arts, Master 
of Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the 
University of Iowa . . . has also studied at Northwestern 
University and at the Centro de Estudios in Madrid . . . 
came to Lake Forest College in nineteen hundred twenty- 
three . . . has done research in various foreign-language 
drama, literary relations, and grammatical subjects . . . 
contributor to Romantic Review, French Review, Modern 
Language Notes, Modern Language Journal, Spanish 
Review, and Philological Quarterly. 

PROFESSOR BRUCE LINEBURG . . . head of the De- 
partment of Biology . . . graduate of the Milton Com- 
mercial College, Pennsylvania . . . Bachelor of Peda- 
gogics degree from Southwestern State Normal, Pennsyl- 
vania . . . Bachelor of Arts degree from Ohio University 
. . . Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees 
from Johns Hopkins University . . . one-time private 
secretary to the president, Rockefeller Hotel Company, 
New York City . . . administrative head of various 
schools in Pennsylvania and Ohio . . . was assistant 
in beekeeping, Bureau of Entomology, Washington, D. C. 
. . . came to Lake Forest College in nineteen hundred 
twenty-four . . . authority on the honeybee . . . joint 
author of Laboratory Manual for General Biology. 



PROFESSOR ERNEST AMOS JOHNSON . . . head of 
the Department of Economics and Business Administra- 
tion . . . undergraduate work at Colorado College 
. . . Master of Arts degree from Denver University . . . 
additional graduate work at University of Chicago . . . 
Doctor of Philosophy degree from Northwestern Uni- 
versity . . . assisted in the supervision of seventy-five 
branches of the Western Union Telegraph Company 
from their Denver offices . . . assisted in the formation 
and direction of a Denver investment company . . . 
came to Lake Forest in nineteen hundred twenty-four 
. . . during leave of absence in nineteen hundred thirty- 
one, taught at Northwestern University and conducted 
research work for a Chicago investment firm . . . has 
published a series of articles analyzing the record of 
long-term real estate securities issued since nineteen 
hundred nineteen. 

PROFESSOR ROSCOE EVERETT HARRIS . . . head of 
the Department of Physics . . . Bachelor of Science 
degree from Missouri State Teachers College . . . Master 
of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the 
University of Chicago . . . taught at William and Mary 
College and at the University of Vermont . . . was a 
Field Artillery Second Lieutenant during the World War 
. . . came to Lake Forest College in nineteen hundred 
twenty-five . . . has done research in television, photo- 
electric cells, thermionics, X-rays, and nuclear disinte- 
gration . . . developed a manual in thermionics which 
is still in use. 

PROFESSOR HAROLD BARTLETT CURTIS . . . head of 
the Department of Mathematics . . . Bachelor of Arts and 
Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Cornell University 
. . . taught in Barnard College, Columbia University, 
and Northwestern University . . . second lieutenant in 
the United States Aviation Corps during the War . . . 
taught at Marquette University . . . came to Lake 
Forest in nineteen hundred twenty-six . . . has pub- 
lished various articles in Popular Astronomy and the 
Annals ot the Dearborn Observatory. 

PROFESSOR GEORGE NEWTON SLEIGHT . . . head of 
the Department of Education . . . Bachelor of Arts degree 
from Williams College . . . Bachelor of Pedagogics 
degree from New York State Teachers College . . . 
Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of 
Chicago . . . headed Elgin Academy for thirteen years 
. . . former superintendent of schools in St. Petersburg, 
Florida . . . was Director of the training school of 
North Dakota State Teachers' College . . . came to 
Lake Forest College in nineteen hundred twenty-seven 
. . . among his recent publications are Magic tor Ama- 
teurs, and articles on College Work at Home and On 
Going to College. 

PROFESSOR STERLING PRICE WILLIAMS . . . head of 
the Department of Philosophy and Psychology . . . 
Bachelor of Science degree from Polytechnic College 
(now Southern Methodist University) . . . Master of 
Arts degree from the University of Texas . . . Doctor 
of Philosophy degree from the University of Chicago 
. . . assistant at the University of Chicago for two 
years . . . taught at the University of Texas, Huron 
College, and Illinois Wesleyan . . . came to Lake 
Forest College in nineteen hundred twenty-seven. 
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PROFESSOR WILLIAM E. McPHEETERS . . . head of 
the Department of English and Dean of the College 
. . . Bachelor of Arts degree from DePauw University 
. . . Master of Arts degree from Harvard University 
. . . Bachelor of Systematic Theology and Doctor of 
Philosophy degrees from Boston University . . . Chap- 
lain, ranking as First Lieutenant, during the World 
War . . . studied at Cambridge University in Eng- 
land . . . former Professor of English at Lawrence 
College . . . came to Lake Forest in nineteen hundred 
twenty-nine . . . author of Outline Guide tor a Study 
ot English Literature, Literary Terms . . . contributor to 
the Dictionary ot American Biography. 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR S. A. HARTZO . . . Political 
Science . . . Bachelor of Arts degree and Certificate in 
Commerce from Washington and Lee University . . . 
Master of Arts degree from Columbia University . . . 
graduate work at the University of Wisconsin and the 
University of Chicago . . . taught at Washing on and 
Lee University . . . former head of the Department of 
Political Science at the University of North Dakota . . . 
Second Lieutenant in the United States Army during 
the World War . . . selected by the Carnegie Founda- 
tion to spend two months of special lecture and study 
on the work of the Conference for the Codification of 
International Law (part of the Hague Conference of 
nineteen hundred thirty) . . . came to Lake Forest in 
nineteen hundred thirty. 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR GEORGE WORTHINGTON 
ADAMS . . . head of the Department of History . . . 
Bachelor of Arts degree from Illinois College . . . 
Master of Arts degree from Harvard University . . . 
taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Harvard College, Radcliffe College, and MacMurray 
College . . . came to Lake Forest College in nineteen 
hundred thirty-seven. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR KARL ADOLPH ROTH . . . 
Religion and Biblical Literature . . . Bachelor of Divinity 
degree at Oberlin Graduate School of Theology . . . 
Master's degree from Northwestern University . . . 
further graduate work at Northwestern University . . . 
for several years a pastor in the active ministry . . . 
came to Lake Forest College in nineteen hundred 
twenty-seven. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AGNES ROSE KOUPAL . . . 
Dean of Women and Assistant Professor of English 
. . . Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of 
Illinois . . . Master of Arts degree from Columbia 
University. . . was Dean of Women at Monmouth Col- 
lege . . . came to Lake Forest in nineteen hundred 
twenty-seven. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR RUSSELL CARLTON TOM- 
LINSON . . . Bachelor of Arts degree from DePauw 
University . . . graduate work at DePauw and at 
the University of Wisconsin . . . was principal of a 
junior high school in Sullivan, Indiana . . . later the 
principal of the Westfield, Indiana, High School . . . 
has taught in the summer schools of Central Normal 
at Danville, Indiana, and DePauw University . . . 
came to Lake Forest in nineteen hundred twenty-eight 
. . . under his direction the Garrick Players have 
become widely known for their finished stage per- 
formances. 



ASSISTANT PROFESSOR LOUIS ALBERT KELLER . . . 
Economics and Business Administration . . . Bachelor of 
Arts degree from Carroll College . . . Master in Busi- 
ness Administration degree from Northwestern Uni- 
versity . . . has done additional graduate work and 
research work at Northwestern University and the 
University of Wisconsin . . . was employed as research 
assistant in the Institute of Land Economics and Public 
Utilities at Northwestern University . . . came to Lake 
Forest College in nineteen hundred twenty-eight . . . 
became freshman baseball coach at Lake Forest. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR JOHN PENDY KIRBY . . . 
English . . . Bachelor of Arts degree from Hamilton 
College . . . Doctor of Philosophy degree from Yale 
University . . . additional work at Columbia University 
and Pennsylvania State College . . . taught at Pennsyl- 
vania State College and Yale University . . . was also 
instructor at New Haven Junior College . . . came to 
Lake Forest College in nineteen hundred thirty-seven. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR LOUISE F. LODGE ... Ro- 
mance Languages and Latin . . . Bachelor of Arts, 
Master of Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from 
the University of Illinois . . . has traveled extensively 
and studied abroad . . . has taught in various Illinois 
and Ohio high schools and at the University of Illi- 
nois . . . came to Lake Forest College in nineteen 
hundred thirty-seven. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR W. WILLIS TURNER . . . 
Economics . . . Bachelor of Science degree from the 
University of Illinois . . . Master's degree from the 
University of Wisconsin . . . Doctor of Philosophy degree 
from Brown University . . . has done graduate work 
at Northwestern University and Columbia University 
. . . taught at Brown University and Grinnell College 
. . . came to Lake Forest College in nineteen hundred 
thirty-seven. 

VICTOR GRAHAM DAVEY . . . Instructor in the Ro- 
mance Languages . . . Bachelor of Arts degree from 
Bard College, Columbia University . . . Master of Arts 
degree from Northwestern University . . . has done 
additional graduate study at Chicago University, Har- 
vard University, Northwestern University, and the Sor- 
bonne, of the University of Paris . . . was an assistant 
at Northwestern University . . . came to Lake Forest 
College in nineteen hundred twenty-eight. 

RALPH R. JONES . . . Director of Athletics . . . started 
coaching at Wabash College . . . coached football, 
basketball, and track at Purdue University . . . spent 
eight years as Assislant Athletic Director at the Uni- 
versity of Illinois . . . Athletic Director at Lake Forest 
Academy . . . coached the Chicago Bears' Professional 
Football team for three years, bringing them to the 
League Championship in the third year . . . came to 
Lake Forest College in nineteen hundred thirty-three. 

EDWARD FRANKLIN PERRY Instructor in History . . . 
Bachelor of Arts degree from Amherst College, Master 
of Arts degree from Amherst also . . . Master's degree 
from Harvard University . . . was a newspaper re- 
porter in Hartford, Connecticut . . . employed as an 
assistant in the History Department at Harvard Uni- 
versity . . . came to Lake Forest College in nineteen 
hundred thirty-three. 

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DOCTOR MARY KOPENHAVER . . . Instructor in Bi- 
ology . . . Bachelor of Arts degree from Hood Col- 
lege . . . Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy 
degrees from Northwestern University . . . conducted 
research resulting in collaboration on the article, The 
Differential Distribution of Wafer in the Tissues Along 
the Long Axis of Allolobophora Caliginosus . . . pre- 
sented a paper before the American Society of Zoolo- 
gists . . . Water Absorbing Properties of Oligochaete 
Tissues . . . came to Lake Forest College in nineteen 
hundred thirty-five. 

LOUIS ORTON PALMER . . . Director of Music . . . 
Bachelor of Arts degree from Lake Forest College . . . 
graduate work at the University of Colorado . . . has 
studied under Leo Sowerby and Cora Edwards of the 
American Conservatory in Chicago . . . composer as 
well as interpreter of music . . . came to Lake Forest 
College faculty in nineteen hundred thirty-six ... is 
youngest member of the faculty. 

RICHARD WIDMARK . . . Assistant Director of Speech 
. . . Bachelor of Arts degree from Lake Forest College 
. . . had an outstanding college career in the field of 
speech . . . came to Lake Forest faculty in nineteen 
hundred thirty-six . . . spent last summer traveling in 
Europe, where he obtained valuable color motion pic- 
tures of present European conditions. 

ELIZABETH JULIA BAKKE . . . Director of Physical 
Education for Women . . . Bachelor of Science degree 
from the University of Minnesota . . . has done summer 
graduate work at the University of Mexico and at 
Northwestern University . . . taught at Cornell College 
. . . came to Lake Forest in nineteen hundred thirty- 
seven. 

EVERTT AXEL LARSON . . . Assistant Director of 
Athletics . . . Bachelor of Arts degree from Lake Forest 
College . . . very active college athletic career, play- 
ing football, basketball, and baseball for four years 
. . . came to Lake Forest faculty in nineteen hundred 
thirty-seven . . . coaches Freshman football and basket- 
ball, manages Physical Education classes for men . . . 
has charge of the extensive Intramural Athletics pro- 
gram of the College. 

DOCTOR LA TOURETTE STOCKWELL . . . Assistant 
to the President and Instructor in English . . . Bachelor 
of Arts degree from Smith College . . . Master of Arts 
and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Radcliffe Col- 
lege, Harvard . . . has done graduate work at Trinity 
College, Dublin, Ireland . . . came to Lake Forest Col- 
lege in nineteen hundred thirty-seven ... is a regular 
contributor to the Dublin Magazine and the Scholastic. 

CHARLES ALLEN YOUNT . . . Instructor in English . . . 
Bachelor of Arts degree from DePauw University . . . 
Master of Arts degree from Harvard University . . . 
has done additional graduate work at the University 
of Chicago . . . taught at Illinois Wesleyan University, 
the State College of Washington, and the School of 
Commerce of Northwestern University . . . came to Lake 
Forest in nineteen hundred thirty-seven. 

MABEL POWELL . . . Librarian . . . Library Certificate 
from the University of Wisconsin. 

MARTHA BIGGS. . . Associate Librarian . . . Bachelor 
of Arts degree from Lake Forest College . . . Diploma 



in Library Science from the University of Wisconsin . . . 
was Reference Librarian at Bradley Polytechnic Insti- 
tute . . . came to Lake Forest in nineteen hundred 
thirty-seven. 

MARIE J. MELOY . . . Registrar and Secretary to the 
Faculty . . . Bachelor of Arts degree from Monmouth 
College . . . graduate work at the University of Wis- 
consin and Columbia University . . . did institutional 
social work and taught in Michigan . . . held clerical 
and secretarial positions in Chicago . . . came to Lake 
Forest College in nineteen hundred twenty-seven. 

WARREN S. HALL . . . Business Manager of the Col- 
lege . . . Bachelor of Science degree from Franklin 
College . . . graduate work in Commerce at the Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Northwestern University, and the 
Y.M.C.A. School of Commerce in Chicago . . . was an 
accountant, auditor, and manager of properties for 
Grafton Johnson of Greenwood, Indiana . . . served as 
an instructor, general service manager, and director of 
budget and statistical division at La Salle Extension 
University of Chicago . . . was employed as director 
of statistical research at Mandel Brothers, Chicago . . . 
came to Lake Forest College in nineteen hundred thirty. 

JOHN HUHNKE . . . Superintendent of Buildings and 
Grounds. 

ORVILLE MORSE LASLEY . . . Auditor . . . Bachelor 
of Arts in Business Administration degree from Lake 
Forest College. 

MRS. ANNA M. SMITH . . . Director of Dining Rooms 
and Dormitories . . . was dietician for six years at 
the Cornell University Infirmary, Ithaca, New York . . . 
came to Lake Forest in nineteen hundred twenty-six. 

RALPH L. FERGUSON . . . Assistant to the President 
and Alumni Secretary . . . Bachelor of Arts degree 
from Lake Forest College . . . graduate work at North- 
western Coaching School . . . taught at Leelanau School 
for Boys and at the Lake Forest Day School . . . came 
to Lake Forest in nineteen hundred thirty-five. 

MAURINE CLICKENER . . . Secretary to the President 
. . . Bachelor of Arts degree from Lake Forest College. 

MARY ROBERTS CORROUGH . . . Secretary to the 
Business Manager . . . Bachelor of Arts degree from 
Northwestern University. 

MARYBETH CHAPIN . . . Switchboard Operator and 
Secretary to the Dean . . . Bachelor of Arts degree 
from Beloit College. 

RUTH A. SLOAN . . . Manager of the Coffee Shop 
. . . Bachelor of Philosophy degree from Franklin 
College . . . Master of Arts degree from Columbia 
University. 

BARBARA JOHNSON . . . Secretary, Alumni Office 
. . . Bachelor of Arts degree from Northwestern Uni- 
versity. 

JANICE HAGERTY . . . Manager of the Bookstore . . . 
Bachelor of Arts degree from Lake Forest College. 
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ORLO HUGH ADAMS. JR. . . . Milwaukee. Wisconsin 
. . . Phi Pi Epsilon . . . Major: Chemistry and Physics 
. . . Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4 . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . 
Basketball 1 . . . Baseball 1, 2 . . . Intramural sports 

1. 2, 3, 4 . . . Sophomore Hazing committee, co-chairman 
2 . . . Junior Prom committee 3 . . . Freshman Dance 
chairman 1 . . . Senior Dance chairman 4. 

ALFRED JOHN BEHRENS . . . Chicago . . . Digamma 
Alpha Upsilon . . . Major: Business Administration 
. . . Narth Park Junior College 1, 2 . . . Stentor 3, 4, . . . 
Economics club 3, 4 . . . Dad's Day committee 4. 

CHARLOTTE E. BERNARD . . . Chicago ... Chi 
Omega . . . Major: Biology and English . . . 
Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . French 
club 2, 3, 4 . . . International Relations club 3, 4 . . . 
Kappa Alpha 3, 4 . . . Beta Beta Beta 3, 4 . . . Stentor 
3, 4 . . . Junior Prom committee 3 . . . Garrick club 4 
. . . Chorus 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Women's 
Self-Government 4. 

ELEANORE MARGARET BERTRAND . . . Chicago . . . 
Alpha Xi Delta . . . Major: Romance Languages . . . 
Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4 . . . Women's Athletic Association 

2, 3, 4 . . . Mundelein College 1 . . . French club 2, 3, 
president 4 . . . Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4 . . . Garrick 
club 4. 

MARIAN ELIZABETH BIGGS . . . Denver, Colorado 
. . . Gamma Phi Beta . . . Major: English and Eco- 
nomics . . . University of New Mexico 1 . . . Economics 
club 3, 4 . . . Homecoming committee 3 . . . Junior 
Prom committee 3 . . . Women's Athletic Association 

2, 3, 4 . . . Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4. 

HAWLEY J. BOYLE . . . Sycamore . . . Digamma Alpha 
Upsilon . . . Major: Economics and History . . . Iron 
Key 3, 4 . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 

3, 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, captain 3 . . . College Day 
committee 3 . . . Athletic Board of Control 3, president 
4 . . . Stentor 2, 3, sports editor 4 . . . Student Council 
4 . . . Intramural Board 3, 4 . . . Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges 4. 

ALFRED EVANS BROWN . . . Wilmette . . . Alpha 
Sigma Kappa . . . Major: Speech . . . Garrick club 

2, 3, 4, secretary 4 . . . Professional radio dramatics 
1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural sports 1, 2, 3, 4. 

MRS. MARY JANE CONNELLY . . . Highland Park . . . 
Major: English . . . University of California 1 . . . 
University of Michigan 2, 3. 

A. CATHERINE CRAIG . . . Highland Park . . . Inde- 
pendent Women's club . . . Major: English and Edu- 
cation . . . Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4 . . . 
Sigma Tau Delta 2. 3, president 4 . . . Stentor 1, 2, 3, 
4 . . . Tusitala 1, 2, poetry editor 3, 4 . . . Homecoming 
committee 4 . . . Dad's Day committee 3 . . . Student 
Council, secretary 4. 

EDWARD CHARLES DENNETT . . . Highland Park . . . 
Major: Business Administration . . . Economics club 

3, 4. 



LeROY MAGNUS EKSTRAND . . . Waukegan 
Pi Epsilon . . . Major: Biology . . . Baseball 1 
Intramural sports 3, 4. 



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ROBERT BRAND GRANT . . . Highland Park . . . Inde- 
pendent Men's club . . . Major: Business Administra- 
tion . . . Intramural sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Economics 
club 3, 4. 

EVAN HENRY MONTGOMERY GRIFFITHS, III . . . 
Chicago . . . Alpha Sigma Kappa . . . Major: Biology 
. . . Intramural sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Garrick club 
4 . . . International Relations club 2, 3 . . . Band 1 . . . 
Student Trip committee 3. 

DONALD JOHN HART . . . West Allis, Wisconsin . . . 
Alpha Sigma Kappa . . . Major: Economics and His- 
tory . . . Iron Key 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1 . . . Baseball 
1 . . . International Relations club 1, 2, president 3 . . . 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Concert Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4 
. . . Band 1, 2, 3, president 4 . . . Debate 1, 2, 3 . . . 
Men's Glee club 1, 2, 3 . . . Sophomore Hazing com- 
mittee 2 ... Pi Alpha Chi 2, 3, president 4 . . . News 
Bureau 2, editor-in-chief 3 . . . Forester, editor 4 . . . 
Octet 3, 4 . . . Economics club 3, 4 . . . Tusitala 2, 3 
. . . Homecoming committee 4 . . . Junior Prom King 
3 . . . Garrick club 3, 4 . . . Inter-fraternity council 4 
. . . Who's Who in American Colleges 4. 

MARJORIE LYNNE HIGGINS . . . Lake Forest . . . 
Alpha Xi Delta . . . Major: French . . . Phi Sigma 
Iota 3, 4 . . . Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 4 
. . . Student Trip committee 3 . . . Student Council 3 . . . 
News Bureau, society editor 3, 4 . . . French club 
1, 2, 3. 

FREDERICK M. HODGDON . . . Barrington ... Phi Pi 
Epsilon . . . Major: Business Administration . . . Stentor 
3, business manager 4 . . . Student Trip committee, 
chairman 4. 

SPENCER MARSHALL HOWARD . . . Chicago . . . 
Alpha Sigma Kappa . . . Major: Economics and Politi- 
cal Science . . . International Relations club 1, 2, 3 
. . . Garrick club, assistant stage manager 2, stage 
manager 3, 4, technical director 4. 

JEAN LOUISE INGRAM . . . Lake Forest ... Chi 
Omega . . . Major: Economics and Modern Lan- 
guages . . . Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 
president 4 . . . French club 1, 2 . . . Economics club 
3, secretary-treasurer 4 . . . Pai-Hellenic Council, secre- 
tary 4 . . . International Relations club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
secretary-treasurer 3 . . . Student Trip committee 3, 4 
. . . Kappa Alpha 3, secretary-treasurer 4 . . . Who's 
Who in American Colleges 4. 

JANET LEE JAMIESON . . . Oak Park . . . Alpha Delta 
Pi . . . Major: Romance Languages . . . Women's 
Athletic Association 2, 3, 4 . . . Stentor 1, 2, women's 
editor 3 . . . Phi Sigma Iota 3, 4 . . . Kappa Alpha 3, 
president 4 . . . French club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Chorus 2 
.... Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4 . . . Forester 4 . . . 
Women's Self-Government, president 4 . . . Junior Prom 
committee 3 . . . Homecoming committee 3, 4 . . . 
Student Council 4 . . . College Day committee 3 . . . 
Dad's Day committee 4 . . . Who's Who in American 
Colleges 4. 

LESTER MARVIN JENNINGS . . . Sheridan. Wyoming 
. . . Alpha Sigma Kappa . . . Major: Chemistry and 
Mathematics . . . Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4 . . . Band 1, 2 
. . . Mathematics club 3, 4. 

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ROBERT LANGDON KATZ . . . Waukegan . . . Inde- 
pendent Men's club . . . Major: Philosophy, Psychol- 
ogy, and Modern Languages . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . 
Sigma Eta . . . International Relations club 2, 3, 4 
. . . Stentor 3, 4 . . . Tusitala 2, 3 . . . E. O. Haas 
Memorial Award 2, 3 . . . Debate 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . State 
Peace Oratorical Contest 2 . . . McPherson Oratorical 
Contest 3, 4 . . . College Day committee 3. 

ROBERT BOWRON KIEL . . . Wilmette . . . Kappa 
Sigma . . . Major: Business Administration . . . 
Northwestern University 1 . . . Economics club 3, 4 
. . . Debate manager 3. 

WAYNE ALRADIO KOFFEL . . . Waukegan ... Phi 
Pi Epsilon . . . Major: Business Administration . . . 
Basketball 1 . . . Baseball 1 . . . Stentor 1, 2, adver- 
tising manager 3 . . . Tusitala, business manager 3 
. . . Forester, business manager 4 . . . Student Trip 
committee 3, 4 . . . Homecoming committee 4 . . . 
Midwinter Banquet, assistant student manager 3, stu- 
dent manager 4 . . . Senior Class treasurer 4. 

GEORGE WILLIAM LINEBURG . . . Glen Ellyn . . . 
Kappa Sigma . . . Major: Business Administration 
. . . Football 1, 2, 3, captain 4 . . . Basketball 1 . . . 
Baseball 2 . . . Intramural sports 1, 2, 3, 4, golf cham- 
pion 2, 3 . . . L. F. club 2, 3, 4. 

LOUIS HERBERT LICHTFELD . . . Waukegan . . . Major: 
Business Administration . . . Economics club 3, 4 . . . 
International Relations club 2, 3, 4 . . . Stentor 2 . . . 
Tennis manager 4 . . . Debate 4. 

GEORGE ROBINSON LOULAN . . . Berwyn . . . Major: 
Business Administration . . . Morton Junior College 1 
. . . Football 2, 3 . . . Basketball 2, 3 . . . Baseball 
2, 3, 4 . . . Economics club 3, 4, president 4 . . . 
Forester, sports editor 4. 

MARY ELIZABETH MacARTHUR . . . Waukegan . . . 
Sigma Tau . . . Major: English and History . . . Carle- 
ton College 1 . . . Women's Athletic Association 2, 3, 
4 . . . Homecoming committee 3, 4 . . . Junior Prom 
committee 3 . . . Student Trip committee 4 . . . Pan- 
Hellenic Council 3, president 4 . . . Chorus 3, 4. 

IAN CAMPBELL MacPHERSON . . . Lake Forest . . . 
Alpha Sigma Kappa . . . Major: Economics . . . Eco- 
nomics club 3, 4 . . . Intramural sports 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROBERT EDWARD MAIMAN . . . Lake Forest . . . 
Alpha Sigma Kappa . . . Major: History . . . Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3 . . . Tennis 4 . . . 
L. F. club 2, 3, 4 . . . College Day committee 3 . . . 
Dad's Day Committee 4 . . . Inter-fraternity Council, 
secretary-treasurer 4. 

JOHN A. MANSNERUS . . . Waukegan ... Phi Pi 
Epsilon . . . Major: Chemistry and Mathematics . . . 
Baseball 1 . . . Football manager 1 . . . Intramural 
sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Sigma Pi Sigma 3, vice-president 
4 . . . Mathematics club 3, vice-president 4 . . . Intra- 
mural Board 4. 

CARL JOSEPH MARIENFELD . . . Chicago . . . Kappa 
Sigma . . . Major: Biology and Chemistry . . . Phi 
Eta Sigma, president 4 . . . Beta Beta Beta . . . Home- 
coming committee 3, 4 . . . Cheer Leader 1, 2, 3 . . . 
Dad's Day committee, chairman 4 . . . Forester 4 . . . 
Who's Who in American Colleges 4. 



GEORGE HARLAN McCLUNG II . . . Watertown, New 
York . . . Major: Philosophy . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . 
Iron Key 3, president 4 . . . Stentor 1, 2, 3, 4, editor- 
in-chief 4 . . . Tusitala 1, 2, editor 3. 



WALTER EDWARD MEYER . 
. . . Digamma Alpha Upsilon 
Administration . . . Football 1 . . 
nomics club 3, vice-president 4 



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Stentor 2, 3 . . . Eco- 
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ROBERT WEST MILES . . . Chicago . . . Alpha Sigma 
Kappa . . . Major: Economics . . . Intramural sports 
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ROBERT EDWARD MORSTADT . . 
Kappa Sigma . . . Major: History 
versity 1 . . . Football 2, 3, 4 . . 

MITCHELL M. OSADCHUK . . . Detroit, Michigan . . . 
Major: Education . . . Band 1, 2, 3, president (second 
semester) 4 . . . Concert Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Chorus 

2, 3, 4 ... Pi Alpha Chi 3, program chairman 4 . . . 
Dance Orchestra organizer 1, 2, 3, 4. 

MYRON ALBERT PERRY . . . Bridgewater, Massachu- 
setts . . . Phi Pi Epsilon . . . Major: Economics . . . Phi 
Eta Sigma . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1 
. . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Iron Key 3, 4 . . . Student 
Council 3, president 4 . . . Athletic Board of Control 

3, 4, president 3 . . . News Bureau 2, 3, editor-in-chief 
4 . . . Dad's Day committee 2 . . . Who's Who in 
American Colleges 4. 

VIVIAN ADELE READ . . . Barrington ... Chi Omega 
. . . Major: English . . . Women's Athletic Asso- 
ciation 2, 3, 4 . . . French club 2, 3, 4 . . . Garrick 
club 3, 4 . . . Dad's Day committee 4 . . . Chorus 4. 

JOHN BARNEY RIX . . . Milwaukee, Wisconsin . . . 
Kappa Sigma . . . Major: Political Science . . . Base- 
ball manager 1 . . . Varsity Baseball manager 2 . . . 
Debate 2 . . . Stentor 1 . . . University of Pennsylvania 
4 (first semester). 

JOHN EDWARD ROBERTS . . . Lake Bluff . . . Alpha 
Sigma Kappa . . . Major: Business Administration . . . 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural sports 1, 2, 3, 4 
. . . Student Council, vice-president 4 . . . Inter-fraternity 
Council, secretary-treasurer 3. 

DALE HOWARD SCHAMBER . . . Austin, Minnesota 
. . . Kappa Sigma . . . Major: Political Science . . . 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2 . . . Baseball 
1, 2, 3 . . . Band 1, 4 . . . Garrick plays 1, 2, 3, 4 
. . . Debate 3, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Inter- 
fraternity Council 4 . . . Intramural Board 4. 

IRENE CAROLYN SEMRO . . . Chicago . . . Alpha Delta 
Pi . . . Major: English . . . North Park Junior College 
1 . . . Student Council dance committee 3. 

ANGELINE SHARP . . . Ottumwa, Iowa . . . Alpha Xi 
Delta . . . Major: English . . . Student Council 4 . . . 
Junior Prom committee 3. 

JOHN GEORGE SNOW . . . Libertyville . . . Digamma 
Alpha Upsilon . . . Major: History . . . Inter-fraternity 
Council 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1 . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4 
. . . L. F. club 3, 4 . . . Intramural sports, ping-pong 
champion 2, 3 . . . News Bureau, sports editor 4 . . . 
Stentor 3, 4. 

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DAVID STRYKER . . . Deerfield . . . Major: Education 
and English . . . Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4 ... Pi Aloha 
Chi 2. 3, vice-president 4 . . . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Concert Ensemble 1. 2, 3, 4 . . . 
Octet 3. 4 . . . Junior Prom committee 3 . . . Stentor 
1, 2, features editor 3 . . . Tusitala 3. editor 4 . . . 
Forester 3, 4. 



Oswego, Oregon . . . 

. Major: Speech . . . 
. Debate 1, 2, 3. 4 . . . 
. Homecoming committee. 



JACK LOGAN SUGG . 
Digamma Alpha Upsilon 
Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4 
Garrick 2, 3, 4, president 4 
chairman 4. 

RICHARD ARTHUR SULLIVAN . . . Winnetka . . . 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon . . . Major: Economics . . . 

Intramural sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1 . . . 
Baseball 1, 2, 3. 

EDWARD ANTHONY TUROWSKI . . . North Chicago 
. . . Alpha Sigma Kappa . . . Major: Economics . . . 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ESTIE LAVERNE VARNER . . . Brainerd, Minnesota 
. . . Digamma Alpha Upsilon . . . Major: Chemistry 
. . . Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball manager 2 . . . 
Student Trip committee 3. 

GEORGE WILLIAM WRIGHT, JR. . . . New York, New 
York . . . Kappa Sigma . . . Major: Mathematics and 
Physics . . . Phi Eta Sigma, secretary 2, treasurer 3, 4 
. . . Tennis manager 3 . . . Homecoming committee 
2 . . . Junior Prom committee 3 . . . Dad's Day com- 
mittee 4 . . . Garrick club 2, 3, 4 . . . Stentor 2 . . . 
Sigma Pi Sigma 3, president 4 . . . Mathematics club 
3, president 4 . . . International Relations club 1, 2 
. . . Economics club 3, 4. 

HELEN FRANCES ZEITLER . . . Winthrop Harbor . . . 
Alpha Delta Pi . . . Major: History. 

JUNIORS 

Geraldine Anderson ----- Lake Forest 

Betty Bischofi Baehr Fort Sheridan 

Margot Turnbull Baer - Ottumwa, Iowa 

Edward L. Bax Lake Forest 

Chester Frank Becker Ravinia 

John Robert Biolo - - - Iron Mountain, Michigan 

Florence Booth Chicago 

Ruth Rosalie Brennan - Gary, Indiana 

John Northmore Brigham - - - Highland Park 

Laura-Belle Bundesen Chicago 

Frederic Henry Burgess - Waukegan 

Dean Thornton Chandler Waukegan 

Urban Bernard Comes McHenry 

James Richard Cooper Oak Park 

Robert Chester Dixon Gurnee 

Austin Marion Douglas Lake Forest 

Thomas Hugh Durkin Waukegan 

John Barton Edwards Oak Park 

Jobbie Harold Eiserman Rondout 

Alfred C. Erickson Winnetka 

Edward Feeley - Chicago 

Auwell Fogarty Evanston 

Elizabeth Lena Friebel Chicago 

George Felix Funk Waukegan 

Donald Roth Good Libertyville 

Barbara Anne Gregory Chicago 



Howard Ivan Guthrie Bensenville 

Edward Levant Jenner - - - Pontiac, Michigan 

Carl Lawrence Jensen Waukegan 

Charles George Kane - - - Hartford, Michigan 

Sara Kiningham Danville 

Babette Carleton Klein Winnetka 

Robert Hart Klopfenstein - - Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Elizabeth Margaret Koch Chicago 

Robert Walker Lewis - Moulton, Iowa 

Gladys Martha Longbrake - - - Marysville, Ohio 
Elmer John Maiman -_--■-- Lake Forest 
Mary Virginia Marshall ----- Chicago 

William John Martinov Chicago 

Robert Bates Mather Elmhurst 

Richard Amberg May - - Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Kenneth Clarence McAllister Joliet 

Jean Ray McDuffie Waukegan 

Margaret Caroline Mcintosh ... - Wilmette 

Ruth Marie Osborn Libertyville 

Frederick McCowan Patterson - Joliet 

Jack Woodrow Pedersen Berwyn 

Chester Arthur Petersen - Lake Forest 

Jane Elizabeth Poole Chicago 

Dorothy Irene Quentin Chicago 

Borge Rasmussen - Waukegan 

Ruth Felicia Read ...... Barrington 

Ertta Helena Reilio Highland Park 

Sally Ellen Robinson ----- Lake Forest 

Dorothy Emma Roedel Chicago 

Abner Herbert Sapiro Waukegan 

Charles Alfred Schuster - - Pelham, New York 

Ralph Knox Sherer Waukegan 

Barbara Jane Shoemaker - - Ferndale, Michigan 
Albert MacFarland Smith Pyengyang, Korea, Japan 
Frances Louise Stakel - - - Ishpeming, Michigan 

Jack Stickels - - Libertyville 

Robert Louis Slickels - - - - Libertyville 

Marjorie Stilling Winnetka 

Lois Elna Stinchcomb - - Michigan City, Indiana 

John Alfred Tyner Evanston 

Tunis K. VanNorden Great Lakes 

Chailes Eugene Wakeley Harvard 

Gay Webster Highland Park 

Hugh Wilbur Weston - - Kansas City, Missouri 
James Darnell Westover - Indianapolis, Indiana 

Robert Nels Wiiken Chicago 

Meredith Gilmore Wright - - Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

SOPHOMORES 

Chester A. Adams - Lexington, Missouri 

Douglas Charles Anderson - Iron Mountain, Michigan 

Ralph Caxton Aye Chicago 

Dan Leonard Ball Chicago 

Francis Edward Berg Berwyn 

Albert Eugene Bivings - Dallas, Texas 

Robert Harry Brewster Waukegan 

Elaine Louise Carlson Rockford 

Robert Lee Carlson Erie 

Jean Betty Clough - Benton Harbor, Michigan 

Elizabeth Wilbourn Cobb Winnetka 

Shirley Catherine Cochrane - Chicago 

Marian Elizabeth Cole Riverside 

Helen Stewart Condit Wilmette 

Richard Cass Cooper Evanston 

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Anne Marie Eitel Chicago 

Irving Arthur Enevold Libertyville 

Ian Falconer - - .... Lake Forest 

Isabel Fraser .... Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
Elizabeth Helen Gillmor - • - Washington, D. C. 

Ernest Cowles Gilroy Lake Forest 

Philip James Goodere Chicago 

Thomas Francis Graham Gurnee 

James Robert Grear Riverside 

Richard Putnam Gripe - Indianapolis, Indiana 

Edwin Guerrero Berwyn 

Priscilla Ann Haines Winnetka 

Catherine Frances Handy Sterling 

Edna Hannahs Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Lorraine Arnold Hansberry .... Evanston 
Thomas Rhodes Hawkins - - - Highland Park 

Joseph Frank Hein - - Chicago 

Edward L. Higgins Lake Forest 

Thomas William Hyman Oak Park 

Jean Adams Jewell Evanston 

Richard Frederick Jauch .... Glen Ellyn 

Catherine Snow Johnson St. Charles 

Robert D. Johnson ------ Waukegan 

Al Jeane Kern .... Indianapolis, Indiana 

Albert Alfred Kroll Libertyville 

Robert Stamm Lee - - Grand Rapids, Michigan 
Muriel Zapora Lindley ------ Danville 

Mary Pegg Margeson - - - Lansing, Michigan 
John Alexander McCallum ... - Evanston 

Genevieve Gertrude Miller Chicago 

Robert John Milton Lake Forest 

Frances May Moore - - - - Lansing, Michigan 
Harriette Elizabeth Morgan .... Chicago 
Marguerite Ellen Morrow • • - Ottumwa, Iowa 
Robert Wayne Muller • - - Norfolk, Nebraska 

Jack Kenelm Neale Lake Forest 

Ralph Emil Olson Deerfield 

Betty Louise Paddock Wilmette 

Gerald Page-Wood, Jr. Evanston 

James Henry Peterson Chicago 

Irene Mildred Price Highland Park 

T. Jae Reinier Waukegan 

Elizabeth Stewart Ritzier Oak Park 

Bette Robertson Riverside 

Charles Alphonse Rose - Lake Forest 

Donald Richard Rouser - Rhinelander, Wisconsin 

Jack Jewell Rouser - - - Rhinelander, Wisconsin 
Raymond Elmer Salzman - Mt. Prospect 

William Boyd Salzman .... Mt. Prospect 
Evelyn Josephine Schweitzer - - - Northbrook 

Frances Elizabeth Snow Wilmette 

Robert Christopher Steinkraus - Chicago 

Cnarles William Toomey .... Lake Bluff 
Karl Fred Towsley - - - Kaukauna, Wisconsin 

Virginia Laurette Turney Waukegan 

Richard Good Umberger Winnetka 

Elizabeth Jane Van Sickle • Waukegan 

Jaccob Hansen Venema Rockford 

John Morrison Waterhouse - Saranac Lake, New York 

Graham Grove Wells Libertyville 

Donald Robert Yates Winnetka 

Bennie Joseph Zlateff Chicago 

Robert Henry Zwicky Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



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FRESHMEN 

Vivian Lorraine Alexa .... Highland Park 

John Francis Allan Lake Forest 

William Treloar Altmeyer Evanston 

Thomas Nolan Anderson Evanston 

Robert Charles Antonsen Chicago 

Robert Francis Bacon - White Bear Lake, Minnesota 

John Leonard Baer Chicago 

Frederick William Bainbridge, Jr. - - - Chicago 
Joseph Eugene Baughman - Waukegan 

Robert Richey Bauman Oak Park 

Max Fuller Beach --....- Pontiac, Mich. 

Thomas Brooks Beckwith Morris 

Robert Edwin Bennett Evanston 

John Alexander Bivings - Dallas, Texas 

Robert John Boo'.z . - - - Kaukauna, Wisconsin 

Jack Boyd Waukegan 

Mercedes Lorraine Brown Chicago 

Martha Elizabeth Bruckner Chicago 

Van Wilson Burris Lake Bluff 

Jack Cope Byrum - Winnetka 

Regina Marjorie Cappels ----- Chicago 

Robert Lee Caruthers Chicago 

Mary Naomi Chaderjian Chicago 

LaVerne Paul Cioni Highwood 

Rodney Owen Cochrane Chicago 

Eleanor Irene Coleman Canton 

Charles John Colin Chicago 

Edythe Frances Cox Evanston 

Albert Louis Crane Wilmette 

Gil Jordan Curren Elyria, Ohio 

Charles Fredric De Bruler - Chicago 

Henry Howard Decker Evanston 

Jeremiah Daniel Dennis ----- Waukegan 

Veo Elaine Dickinson Waukegan 

Henry Louis Dollard, Jr. - - - - Great Lakes 
Patricia Ann Donaldson - Evanston 

Marcella Frances Druley - Prairie View 

Peter James Duffy Deerfield 

Richard Francis Duffy Deerfield 

George Edward Dyslin Chicago 

Richard William Ekstrand ... - Waukegan 

Bette Jane Ekstrom Rockford 

Betty Louise Elmer Chicago 

Florence Elizabeth Evans - • Indianapolis, Indiana 

Audrey Victoria Flues Chicago 

Virginia Ford -------- Winnetka 

Hugh Tollman Foster Waukegan 

James Wendell Geiger - - Fort Wayne, Indiana 
Jane Ellen Gibson .... Lansing, Michigan 
Daniel Shipman Gillmor - - - Washington, D. C. 

John Elliot Gilroy Gary, Indiana 

Robert Joseph Gleason Chicago 

Kenneth James Goelzer - • Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Walter Gradle Lake Forest 

Bruce Austin Granstrom Winnetka 

Joseph Julius Gulyash - - - Racine, Wisconsin 

Earl Kenney Harlan Lake Bluff 

William Buford Harlan Lake Bluff 

George Curtis Harrison Chicago 

Lillian Beatrice Harter Lake Villa 

George Joseph Hatchell ■ Kaukauna, Wisconsin 

Barbara Ruth Helmkamp .... Waukegan 

Evangeline Hemenway Chicago 

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Susan Parshall Henry - - • Alpena. Michigan 

George Voelz Hildebrand Elmhurst 

Mary Jane Hire Toledo, Ohio 

Myrtle Louise Huddle Chicago 

Jane Audrey Hughes • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

James Henry Hurford Evanston 

Marijane Jackson - New York, New York 

Albert Mead Jacobs Waukegan 

Robert Donald Joyce Lake Bluff 

Jerome William Justen Ringwood 

Betty Faye Jones Oak Park 

Daniel Caine Kaumeyer Wilmette 

Gordon Francis Kearns Chicago 

Laurence Shackford Kent - Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 

Elizabeth Kern Carmi 

Ellen Kiningham Danville 

Alvin William Knaak ... - Highland Park 

Marcelle Linda Knourek Oak Park 

Joseph John Koss Peru 

Albert Gifford Lane - Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana 

Doris Marion Lantz Elgin 

William Edward Latshaw - Brooklyn, New York 

Jane Harriet Lavery Chicago 

Harriet Lee Chicago 

Patricia Anne Lee - - - Grand Rapids, Michigan 
Joseph Franklin Leising - Chicago Heights 

Doris Marie Leonard - Park Ridge 

Leone Lois Leonard - - - - Hastings, Michigan 

Ted R. Loeb Highland Park 

Shirley Evelyn Lucas Lake Forest 

Frank Lukes Chicago 

Ann Louise Maistrovich Winnetka 

Peggy Margaret Marshall Chicago 

Marjorie Pauline McAtee Wilmette 

Robert Milton McKenna - - Big Bend, Wisconsin 

William Skinner Meigs Midlothian 

Lawrence Thomas Mencke - Wilmette 

George Walter Metz Chicago 

Charles William Michaelsen - Rockford 

Evalyn Mae Miller Chicago 

Raymond George Miller - Libertyville 

Shirley Miller Chicago 

Orval Silvester Morphew - - Mankato, Minnesota 

John Greer Mosher Canton 

Russell Harold Nype Chicago 

Jacquelyn Josephine Nelson - Chicago 

Joseph Bruce Ogrin Waukegan 

Nello Orin Ori Highwood 

Stanley Demerest Page-Wood .... Evanston 
Gordon Victor Parmalee - - Fort Wayne, Indiana 
Dorothy Elizabeth Paul - • Indianapolis, Indiana 

Howard William Peters Chicago 

Robert Paul Petersen Lake Forest 

Edward Matthew Pfeiler - Chicago 

Virginia Marnelle Pinniger .... Waukegan 

Everett Alfred Price Highland Park 

Thomas Gerald Przyborski - - - North Chicago 
Albert William Quambusch - Oak Park 

Margaret Jean Reilley - - - Lansing, Michigan 

Stanton Everett Rickert Rockford 

George Albert Roberts Lake Bluff 

John Wilson Roberts Lake Forest 

Betty Anne Rodman Hoopeston 

Anne Isabel Sage ... - Hastings, Michigan 

Edgar C. Salomon Evanston 

Virginia Ruth Sandell Evanston 



Mary Isabel Schaus - - - Montreal, Wisconsin 

Edwin Anthony Shepanek Wilmette 

Jean F. Shinner Flint, Michigan 

Robert William Sonnen Evanston 

Eleanore Martha Stechbart Chicago 

Lois Elizabeth Steffen Chicago 

David Walter Steinhaus .... Lake Forest 

Frank Foster Stoltz Ottumwa, Iowa 

Roger Kaye Taylor Chicago 

Gordon Ward Thomas Waukegan 

Patricia Lois Thompson - • Fargo, North Dakota 
Lee Swinney Thomson - - Kansas City, Missouri 

Charles Alfred Thorsen Kenilworth 

Irving Tower Evanston 

Betty Trautwein Ottumwa, Iowa 

Barbara Arlene Trego - - - Hastings, Michigan 

Harvey Wallace Tuber Chicago 

Theodore Richard Uhlemann .... Antioch 
William Kenneth Van Sickle - Chicago 

Margaret Jean Webster - Highland Park 

Jack Evans Weih Clinton, Iowa 

Elma Elizabeth Wenta Waukegan 

Dorothy Lorraine Westbay - Indianapolis, Indiana 
Wendell Wesley Westerdahl .... Chicago 
June Elizabeth Whamond .... Oak Park 

Wilbur Frederick Wildhage Chicago 

Martin Robert Woldenberg .... Winnetka 

ACTIVITIES 

ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA . . . National honor society 
for freshmen women . . . Lake Forest College chapter 
established in February, 1934 . . . Purpose: higher 
standards of scholarship and learning . . . entrance re- 
quirement, a 2.5 scholastic average . . . gives fresh- 
man tea and sunshine breakfast . . . Miss Agnes R. 
Koupal is advisor . . . Mrs. Herbert McComb Moore 
is an honorary member . . . President: Ruth Brennan 
. . . Secretary: Betty Cobb . . . Treasurer: Gladys 
Longbrake. 

BAND . . . gives stirring martial music to inspire pep 
in the grandstand at football games . . . leads parade 
on Student Trip . . . valuable as an extra-curricular 
activity for the musical minded . . . Gave complete 
concert at Spring Festival . . . players took part in 
Midwinter banquet . . . First semester officers: Presi- 
dent, Donald Hart; Business Manager, Roger Taylor . . . 
Second Semester President, Mitchell Osadchuk. 

BETA BETA BETA . . . Lambda Phi Chapter . . . honor- 
ary biological fraternity . . . chapter established in 
June, 1935 . . . holds meetings twice a month . . . 
programs by both members and outside speakers . . . 
member must be either junior or senior and have 
completed sixteen hours in biology . . . President. 
Charlotte Bernard; Secretary, Carl Marienfeld. 

CHORUS . . . largest musical organization on campus 
. . . leads chapel singing . . . gives complete choral 
programs in chapel . . . Midwinter concert was a 
sparkling success . . . some of Mr. Palmer's original 
compositions introduced by the chorus during ihe year 
. . . the cantata, King David, highlight of spring con- 
cert . . . Director, Mr. Palmer; President, Charles 
Schuster; Business Manager, Richard Gripe; Secretary, 
Frances Moore. 

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COMMONS WAITERS . . . although not officially organ- 
ized they act as a social group . . . promote fellow- 
ship . . . after they eat they smoke and relax before 
regular meal . . . offer highly efficient service . . . 
work on combination of seniority and merit system 
. . . under guidance of King, the head of the Commons 
. . . number served at a meal varies from 160 to 1000 
. . . General Supervisor of Commons, Mrs. Smith; 
King, Robert Lewis. 

CONCERT ENSEMBLE . . . three years old . . . pro- 
vides music to accompany Garrick productions . . . 
plays on special occasions such as Homecoming and 
Dads' Day, also for Thanksgiving and Christmas 
dinners . . . presented selections at Midwinter banquet 
. . . entertained Kiwanis Club dinner for Lake Forest 
high school . . . Charles Schuster was student director. 
DADS' DAY . . . one of the older Lake Forest College 
traditions ... a large group of parents visit the 
campus under the guidance of the students . . . full 
schedule of entertainment provided . . . gives ihe 
parents the students' view of college . . . football 
game with Knox College was featured . . . fraternities 
and sororities held open house . . . faculty reception 
in Reid Memorial Library . . . dinner at the Calvin 
Durand Commons . . . Mr. Tomlinson provided the 
evening's entertainment in the Henry C. Durand Audi- 
torium . . . Dr. H. M. Moore introduced ihe program 
with a short speech . . . Advisor to Dads' Day Com- 
mittee, Dr. E. A. Johnson . . . Chairman, Carl Marien- 
feld . . . Members: George William Wright, Dorothy 
Roedel, Janet Jamieson, Robert Maiman, Charles 
Schuster, Alfred Behrens, Albert Smith, Vivian Read, 
Betty Van Sickle, Frances Stakel. 

MEN'S DEBATE . . . one of the most popular activities 
at Lake Forest College . . . under the direction of Mr. 
Tomlinson . . . season began early in December . . . 
this year's subject was, "Resolved: That the National 
Labor Relations Board should be empowered to enforce 
all industrial disputes." . . . Robert Kiel, debate man- 
ager, planned extensive schedule including several 
trips and tournaments . . . radio debates with John 
Marshal Law School and St. Viator College . . . 
entered Illinois State Debate Tournament, Wisconsin 
State Tournament, and Manchester-Huntington Tourna- 
ment . . . matches with Loyola University, DePaul Uni- 
versity, Iowa State University, Coe College, Western 
Teachers College, Oberlin College and Beloit College 
. . . gave debates before service organizations like 
Kiwanis Club, Rotary Club, American Legion, and 
churches. 

WOMEN'S DEBATE . . . because of the rising interest 
exhibited by women a special team was organized for 
them this year . . . tryouts were held in December 
. . . the question was, "Resolved: that the National 
Labor Relations Board should be empowered to en- 
force all industrial disputes." . . . their schedule in- 
cluded several colleges which also feature women 
teams. 

ECONOMICS CLUB . . . organized in 1933 . . . 
supplements regular courses in economics . . . gives 
students opportunity for research work . . . brings 
contact with operation of business firms . . . member- 
ship open to only higher students in economics . . . 
holds monthly meetings with discussion programs 
featuring both members and outside speakers . . . 



President, George Loulan; Secretary-treasurer. Jean In- 
gram . . . under guidance of Dr. E. A. Johnson, Mr. 
L. A. Keller, and Dr. W. W. Turner. 

FORESTER . . . this year's staff created a modern- 
istic style . . . met with success . . . being used by 
printers as illustration of improved technique and lay- 
out development . . . Editor. Donald Hart; Business 
Manager, Wayne A. Koffel; Staff: Frances Moore, Ed- 
ward Jenner, Janet Jamieson, Meredith Wright, Babette 
Klein, George Loulan, Carl Marienfeld, Richard Gripe, 
David Stryker, Richard Cooper, Thomas Durkin. 

FRENCH CLUB . . . organized to promote interest in 
French language and people . . . gives students op- 
portunity to contact French informally . . . activities 
include the reading of French poetry and prose . . . 
President, Eleanor Bertrand; Vice-president, Gladys 
Longbrake; Secretary-treasurer, Jane Shoemaker. 

GARRICK CLUB . . . sponsored by Mr. Tomlinson . . . 
again put forth a series of excellent plays . . . among 
this year's productions were "Ah, Wilderness", "It 
Won't Be Long Now", and "The Night of Jan. 16." 
. . . Florence Lutz presented in a program of readings 
. . . Garrick is outstanding for giving a name in the 
World of Speech to Lake Forest . . . President, Jack 
Sugg; Vice-president, Sara Kiningham; Secretary-treas- 
urer, Al Brown. 

HOMECOMING . . . Saturday, October 23, 1937 . . . 
Millikin . . . Lake Forest 13 . . . Chairman, Jack 
Sugg . . . Committee: Ivan Guthrie, Wayne A. Koifel, 
Elizabeth McArthur, Babette Klein, and Barbara Anne 
Gregory. 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL . . . revived after a 
lapse of several years . . . consists of eight members 
. . . the president and one other member from each 
house . . . discusses fraternity problems such as haz- 
ing, rushing, and improvements about the campus . . . 
president is not elected but the office is rotated among 
the fraternities . . . sponsored an all-school inter- 
fraternity party in March to bring members of the 
houses closer together . . . President, Robert Klopfen- 
stein; Secretary-treasurer, Robert Maiman. 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB ... 772 of ihem 
in the United States . . . sponsored by the Carnegie 
Endowment for International Peace . . . meets every 
two weeks . . . promotes intelligent and rational ap- 
praisal of world peace . . . constitution recently re- 
vised . . . conducts debates on world issues . . . 
sent delegates to annual regional conference at Kala- 
mazoo, Michigan . . . this chapter attempts to provoke 
thought upon the possible ways of achieving peace 
. . . has access to a large number of books provided 
by Carnegie fund ... it is hoped that the students 
of the college will use it as a real unit for promot- 
ing peace . . . First semester officers: President, 
Robert Lewis; Secretary-treasurer, Hugh Weston . . . 
Second semester officers: President, Hugh Weston; 
Vice-president, Jane Shoemaker; Secretary-treasurer, 
Betty Gillmor. 

IRON KEY . . . local honorary fraternity for junior and 
senior men . . . includes leaders in scholarship and 
activities . . . members admitted by meeting the require- 
ments of a secret point system . . . activities evaluated 
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give impressive tapping ceremony in annual honor 
chapel . . . Dr. E. A. Johnson is honorary member 
and advisor . . . Grand Master ol the Key, Harlan 
McClung . . . Brother of the Iron Hand, Myron Perry 
. . . Keeper of the Books, Robert Lewis . . . Keeper of 
Veils and Fires, Hawley Boyle . . . Keeper of the 
Key, Donald Hart. 

JUNIOR PROM . . . December 3, 1937 . . . Shawnee 
Country Club, Wilmette . . . Lynn Johnson's Orchestra 
. . . King: John Brigham . . . Queen: Frances Moore 
. . . Committee: Edward Bax, Jack Pedersen, Elmer 
Maiman, Robert Klopfenstein, Robert Lewis, Meredith 
Wright, Ruth Read, Jean McDuffie, Barbara Ann 
Gregory, Ruth Brennan, Babette Klein. 

KAPPA ALPHA . . . reorganized in 1936 . . . senior 
women's honorary organization . . . membership on 
basis of scholarship, leadership, activities, and char- 
acter . . . Mrs. W. E. McPheeters is sponsor . . . group 
has rendered a great deal of service to the campus . . . 
President, Janet Jamieson; Secretary-treasurer, Jean 
Ingram. 

MATHEMATICS CLUB . . . established in 1936 to pro- 
mote interest in mathematics and related fields . . . 
meets monthly to discuss topics presented by some 
member . . . membership is based on mathematics 
courses completed and on the grades received . . . 
President, George William Wright; Vice-president, John 
Mansnerus; Advisor, Dr. Curtis. 

MIDWINTER DINNER ... one of the main social 
events of the year . . . held March 9, at the Edge- 
water Beach Hotel ... a gathering of faculty, students, 
alumni, trustees, and friends of the college . . . pro- 
gram by Mr. Tomlinson assisted by Mr. Widmark and 
Mr. Palmer . . . dancing to the music of Orrin Tucker 
. . . Student Manager, Wayne A. Koffel . . . Com- 
mittee: Donald Hart, Meredith Wright, Fred Hodgdon, 
Thomas Durkin, Babette Klein, Charlotte Bernard, Betty 
Van Sickle, Elizabeth Friebel, Catherine Craig, Herbert 
Lichtfeld, and Janet Jamieson. 

THE OCTET ... a new musical group founded last 
year . . . was composed of the Women's Quartette and 
Donald Hart, Charles Schuster, Jack Venema, and 
David Stryker . . . directed by Mr. Palmer . . . made 
tours and made chapel programs . . . organized pri- 
marily to sing choral numbers not fitted to a large 
group. 

PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL . . . organized in 1935 . . . 
settles controversies and enforces regulations for the 
five sororities . . . meets daily in rushing but monthly 
for the rest of the year . . . membership consists of 
the president and one other member from each sorority 
. . . office of president passes from sorority to sorority 
on basis of seniority . . . secretary is elected . . . 
introduced the quota system limiting the number of 
pledges to each sorority . . . President, Betty McArthur; 
Secretary, Jean Ingram; Advisor, Miss A. R. Koupal. 

PHI ETA SIGMA . . . national freshmen men's honor 
fraternity . . . formed to promote scholarship . . . 
local chapter is nine years old . . . thirty chapters in 
United States . . . meetings held throughout the year 
. . . smoker given for freshmen in the fall . . . mem- 



bership requirement is a 2.5 average for the freshman 
year ... Dr. H. M. Moore, Dr. R. B. Williams, and 
Dr. E. A. Johnson are honorary members and sponsors 
. . . President, Carl Marienfeld; Vice-president, Robert 
Lewis; Secretary-treasurer, Albert Smith; Historian, Ed- 
ward Jenner. 

PHI SIGMA IOTA . . . national honorary Romance 
Language fraternity . . . local chapter established in 
1928 . . . membership is based on attainment and 
interest in the field of Romance Languages . . . open 
to Juniors and Seniors majoring in Romance Languages 
. . . each member must write one paper a year on ad- 
vanced language work . . . these papers are read in 
the meetings making up the program for the year 
. . . President, Dr. R. B. Williams; Vice-president, Eleanor 
Bertrand; Corresponding secretary. Dr. Louise Lodge; 
Recording secretary and treasurer, Janet Jamieson; 
Program chairman, Marjorie Higgins. 

PI ALPHA CHI . . . honorary music fraternity . . . 
founded in 1934 . . . aims to supplement the work of 
the music department . . . stimulates interest in musical 
activities . . . gave a Harvest dance . . . presented the 
cantata, King David, by Arthur Honegger . . . gave 
numerous concerts during the year . . . brought the 
Trio of the Chicago Women's Symphony Orchestra here 
for a program . . . President, Donald Hart; Vice-presi- 
dent, David Stryker; Corresponding secretary and 
treasurer, Charles Schuster; Recording secretary, Helen 
Condit; Social Chairman, Mary Margeson; Program 
chairman, Mitchell Osadchuk. 

WOMEN'S QUARTETTE . . . came here from Lansing 
in 1936 . . . original members: Mary Margeson, Frances 
Moore, Dorothy Bauerle, and Marie Hannula . . . their 
accompanist, Jean Reilley, arrived here in February 
. . . gave programs both on campus and in neighbor- 
ing towns . . . Marie Hannula and Dorothy Bauerle 
married last summer and their places were taken by 
Al Jeane Kern and Ruth Marie Osborn . . . plan to 
continue their programs for clubs, churches, and other 
organizations . . . Business manager, Dr. H. M. Moore; 
Director, Mr. Palmer. 

SIGMA PI SIGMA . . . national honorary Physics so- 
ciety . . . local chapter eight years old . . . meetings 
are held once a month . . . among last year's pro- 
grams was a lecture on cosmic rays by Haydn Jones 
. . . members must be either majors in physics or 
the neighboring subjects, chemistry or mathematics . . . 
Dr. Harris is the advisor . . . President, William Wright; 
Vice-president, Albert Smith, Secretary-treasurer, Don- 
ald Good. 

SIGMA TAU DELTA . . . national honorary English 
fraternity . . . stimulates interest in creative writing 
and in the appreciation of literature . . . meets month- 
ly .. . original papers are read and discussed . . . 
to be eligible the candidates for membership must 
submit a paper which shows some literary style . . . 
Dean W. E. McPheeters is sponsor . . . President, 
Catherine Craig; Secretary, Ruth Brennan; Treasurer, 
Jane Shoemaker. 

STENTOR . . . campus weekly newspaper . . . over a 
half-century old . . . reports news . . . trains students 
in journalism . . . directs campus opinion . . . printed 
by Russell Heitman, publisher of the Lake Forester 



DIRECTORY 



FORESTER 



DIRECTORY 



. . . Editor-in-Chief, Harlan McClung; Staff: Robert 
Lewis, Hugh Weston, Ruth Brennan, Hawley Boyle, 
and Ivan Guthrie . . . Business manager, Frederick 
Hodgdon . . . Assistants: Charles Wakeley and Robert 
Mather. 

STUDENT COUNCIL ... the student governing body 
. . . one representative from each fraternity, sorority, 
and independent group . . . meets weekly . . . discusses 
and decides on problems bearing directly on ihe 
student body . . . Campus health service . . . revision 
of spring formal system . . . sponsoring of campus 
social functions . . . member of the American Students 
Federation . . . member of Federated Intercollegiate 
Council . . . President, Al Perry; Vice-president, John 
E. Roberts; Secretary, Catherine Craig. 

STUDENT TRIP . . . Saturday, October 30, 1937 . . . 
Place: Naperville, Illinois . . . Game: Lake Forest 
College versus North Central College . . . Chairman, 
Frederick Hodgdon . . . Committee: Estie Varner, Evan 
Griffiths, Wayne A. Koffel, Meredith Wright, Barbara 
Ann Gregory, Betty McArthur, Al Jeane Kern, Jean 
Ingram, Sara Kiningham. 

TUSITALA . . . biannual literary publication of Lake 
Forest College . . . aims to increase interest in good 
literature and encourage student literary achievement 
. . . poetry issue at Christmas time . . . prose issue in 
Spring . . . Editor, David Stryker; Business Manager, 
Charles Wakeley. 

WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION . . . membership 
attained by earning 75 points by participation in 
sports . . . class, varsity, or sorority teams in hockey, 
soccer, basketball, volleyball and baseball . . . par- 
ticipation in stunts, tournaments, hiking, and swim- 
ming . . . being captain of team or managing sport 
program ... 50 points a semester necessary to retain 
membership . . . numeral for 250 . . . emblem for 500 
. . . jacket for 800 . . . gave a "Barn Dance" in \he 
Henry C. Durand Auditorium . . . played iwo hockey 
games last fall, Sophomore-Senior team won both 
times . . . Gamma Phi Beta won the intra-mural basket- 
ball cup . . . Junior girls won the class basketball 
tournament . . . baseball cup went to Gamma Rho 
Delta . . . Officers of W.A.A. . . . President, Jean 
Ingram; Vice-president, Marion Biggs; Secretary, Frances 
Stakel; Treasurer, Ruth Read. 



WOMEN'S SELF-GOVERNMENT . . . functions through 
the house committee of Lois Durand Hall . . . super- 
vised by Dean A. R. Koupal . . . regulates matters in 
Lois Durand Hall that are not under faculty juris- 
diction . . . creates unity among the women . . . 
gives Freshman Circus in October . . . Christmas party 
just before Christmas vacation . . . Lois Hall Formal 
held on November 13 . . . maintains recreation room 
. . . President, Janet Jamieson; Secretary, Sara Kin- 
ingham. 

ALPHA SIGMA KAPPA . . . founded in 1926 
President: Donald Hart. 

DIGAMMA ALPHA UPSILON . . . founded in 1906 

Presidents: John Snow and Hawley Boyle. 
KAPPA SIGMA . . . founded at University of Virginia 
in 1869 . . . Alpha Chi chapter founded in 1896 
Presidents: Carl Marienfeld and Dale Schamber. 

PHI FI EPSILON . . . founded in 1895 

Presidents: Frederick Hodgdon and Orlo Adams. 

INDEPENDENT MEN'S CLUB 
President: Robert Katz. 

ALPHA DELTA PI 
College in 1851 . . 
in 1936 

President: Janet Jamieson. 

ALPHA XI DELTA . . . founded at Lombard College in 
1893 .. . chartered at Lake Forest College in 1932. 

President: Barbara Anne Gregory. 
GAMMA PHI BETA . . . founded at Syracuse University 
in 1874 . . . chartered at Lake Forest College in 1934 

President: Sara Kiningham. 
CHI OMEGA . . . founded at University of Arkansas 
in 1895 . . . Chartered at Lake Forest College in 1938. 

President: Jean Ingram. 
SIGMA TAU . . . founded at Lake Forest College in 
1900 

President: Elizabeth McArthur. 

INDEPENDENT WOMEN'S CLUB . . . founded in 1935 
President: Catherine Craig. 



. . founded at Wesleyan Female 
chartered at Lake Forest College 



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